Nov 27, 2013 5:12 PM by Rob Perillo
The coldest temperatures of the fall seasobn are expected for Acadiana through Thursday morning.
Hard Freeze Warnings are in effect for I-10 Parishes northward while Freeze Warnings are in effect for the coastal parishes.
Protection for the plants and pets are certainly required, and although most pipes should be fine, precautions should be taken to protect exposed pipes especially in northern portions of Acadiana where temperatures are likely to be in the mid-20s for several hours.
Lows will be in the vicinity of 26-28F for Lafayette...with slightly colder readings to the north and milder conditions likely along the coast.
Temperatures will be below freezing for 8-12 hours overnight through Thursday morning.
Sunny skies and milder temperatures are expected for our Thanksgiving with another chilly night with a light freeze & frosty conditions Friday morning.
Highs Friday will be near 60 under sunny skies...very pleasant.
There could be a light frost once more for Saturday morning as temperatures should bottom out in the mid-30s.
Fair to partly cloudy skies and milder temperatures are anticipated for this weekend with highs in the mid-upper 60s.
Next week is looking milder than this week with highs mostly in the 60s and 70s until the next front arrives late next Friday.
A weak disturbance will bring clouds and perhaps a few brief showers Monday. Rain chances will be increasing from Wednesday through Friday.