Much warmer and humid this Friday morning with temperatures in the lower 70s along with misty conditions in Acadiana. The mist is causing the visibility to drop to around 5 miles for much of the area.
A warm and misty morning will be followed by a mostly cloudy, humid, and breezy afternoon. Highs today will be back in the low to mid 80s as south winds gust to around 30 mph. A few showers are possible too, but rain chances will only be at 20%.
Our attention is focused on tonight into Saturday morning as Acadiana deals with another low threat for severe weather. Scattered storms become likely after midnight and could last until 8:00 am Saturday. A couple of storms may produce damaging winds and tornadoes. The greater threat should be across northern Louisiana into Mississippi. Much of Acadiana is considered in the “Slight Risk” which is a 2 out of 5 likelihood to see severe storms.
Our weather should improve quickly on Saturday as we see clearing skies for the afternoon along with lower humidity. Sunday starts off cool with a sunny, warm, and comfortable afternoon to follow.