Temperatures will drop into the 30s first thing tomorrow morning, so you'll probably want a jacket if you're headed out early. Winds will also pick up from the south at 15 to 20 miles per hour.
Skies will clear out leaving a nice clear evening. A similar forecast continues through Tuesday with a cool morning in the lower 40s and pleasant, sunny afternoon in the upper 60s. Winds will shift to the northwest at 15 to 20 miles per hour with stronger gusts likely. At this time, it looks like mainly light rain, with no thunderstorms expected. These rain chances aren't too high, though. Winds shift from north to west through the day.
A weak cool front will pass "under the radar" and through Acadiana overnight insuring another sunny, breezy and slightly cooler day for our Sunday.
FRIDAY AND BEYOND: With the front past, skies will quickly clear out and temperatures will drop back into the low 60s, much closer to normal.
Wednesday: The cloud cover thickens up ahead of another boundary. Highs will be in the 70's for most areas with mostly sunny skies and calm winds. Some low areas could see freezing temperatures. Tuesday and Wednesday will feature highs in the low 60s.More news: Aqib Talib Snatches Michael Crabtree's Chain During Broncos-Raiders Brawl