While scattered showers and some thunderstorms remain in the forecast for Acadiana this weekend, they'll be more of a nuisance rather than a dominating factor for most of us. A tropically warm and humid pattern is back in the region, and with the advent of daytime heating, instability will increase during the mid-late morning through the afternoon hours, allowing for scattered showers and a few thunderstorms to develop.
Like all good things, the pleasant weather pattern for Acadiana will come to an end, with a good chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms Friday through Sunday. Don't cancel any plans quite yet, as activity should be scattered in nature through this weekend, so keeping the KATC Weather App handy (search KATC WX), will make the most of your weekend plans.
Acadiana will get to enjoy one more beautiful day Thursday before an unsettled weather pattern develops Friday into the weekend. After a chilly start ranging from the upper 30s to lower 40s, look for mostly sunny skies Thursday giving way to some clouds by late in the day. Breezy southeasterly winds will increase during the afternoon helping to push highs into the lower 70s.
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Selecting a term
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