Posted: Oct 10, 2013 5:26 PM by Rob Perillo
It is that time of year in Acadiana...warm almost late summer conditions & humidity will characterize this weekend's weather along with the risk of late night/early morning fog and/or low clouds.
Morning fog invariably becomes more prevalent in Acadiana from October into November especially when our fronts are spaced a week to 10 days apart.
Dense Fog Advisories were issued for portions of Southern Louisiana Thursday morning with more or the same possible for the morning hours through the entire weekend.
These late night/early morning fog & clouds will likely burn off to partly cloudy skies by midday with warm afternoon temperatures in the upper 80s likely into early next week.
Rain chances should stay low through the weekend, but a stray pop-up afternoon shower or two will be possible through Monday.
A slow-moving frontal boundary will approach the area mid-next week with a better chance of showers and storms likely preceding the front...timing issues remain with the aforementioned front but cooler/drier weather should arrive here later next week.