It's been an exceptionally warm and tacky beginning to the week, and we will clutch the Mid year muggies for the following several days. 

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As temperatures gradually decrease into the mid to upper 60s tonight, the moist airmass will consider inconsistent haze to create across parts of the locale. 

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Sadly, that could spell some failure for those expecting to watch the all out lunar overshadowing that will start during the predawn hours.

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One way or the other, temperatures will rapidly warm back up into the 80s by Tuesday evening under a blend of mists and daylight. We will stay dry through the remainder of the week's worth of work,

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 yet daytime temperatures will be marginally cooler by Friday with highs in the upper 70s to low 80s.

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This evening: Inconsistent haze. Muggy. Low: 68. Tuesday: Somewhat shady. High: 86. Tuesday night: For the most part clear. Inconsistent haze. Low: 65. Wednesday: For the most part radiant. Barely any PM mists. High: 83.

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As we start off the end of the week, a solid virus front will swing through the Acadiana carrying with it a push of fall air. Dispersed showers and light downpour are reasonable Saturday,

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 however the adjustment of the temperatures will be significantly more observable. As a matter of fact, highs will be in the low 60s Saturday, with lows during the 30s and 40s Sunday and Monday morning.

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