Slight chances for showers and thunderstorms will persist through the next several days, forecasters say, with the best chances for rain coming Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights. Storms should diminish overnight. Upper 80s and 90s return as we start the work (and school) week.
A chance of rain is not a certainty; these storms will be most widespread south of United States 72 on Saturday, and most of us get away with no rain at all on Sunday. Drying out by Friday into next weekend.
After a week of daily showers and storms several communities across Acadiana could finally dodge the rain Sunday and remain dry as a weak high pressure will slide over the northern Gulf just south of Louisiana.
Tonight: Becoming mostly cloud, muggy. Chances drop to 30 percent from 5 to 10 p.m., after which they reach near zero.
Saturday: hit-or-miss storms may still bring locally-heavy rain
Some lingering showers or storms are possible first thing Sunday, especially in northeastern North Texas, but not everyone will see rain.
Another day of scattered to widespread storms is expected as recycled moisture combines with a disturbance passing to the north... and additional help arrives with a backdoor cold front edging in over the Northeast Plains.
Sat: High: 88 Low: 68 Mostly sunny. That allows a little more sun and a little more heat here: highs in the middle and upper 80s.