Published: Mon, April 16, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

Cold front to bring cool temperatures, breezy winds

Cold front to bring cool temperatures, breezy winds

It should be partly cloudy again with the potential for a slight breeze.

Warm and dry conditions today will start to give way to cooler temperatures and occasional breezy winds through the week.

A cold front slides through on Thursday bringing isolated showers and partly sunny skies with highs similar to Wednesday in the lower to mid 60s. Monday should be warmer with a high in the upper 70s, Gimmestad said.

Wednesday clouds will start to build throughout Acadiana as gulf moisture moves over the region with highs in the lower 80s.

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It's going to get cold in the next few days - and you can blame it on the upper Midwest. It will be another cool day of the week with temperatures in the 50s.

As for the front that looks to produce another decent round of showers and storms.

"After the storms, we will have a cooldown".

There is a chance of a scattered light shower this afternoon and into the early evening hours.

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