Off and on showers and storms overnight will add up to 1 or more inches of rain. Highs will return to the mid-60s.
Saturday night - Showers and thunderstorms likely.
Clouds increase Friday night, though, with showers developing after midnight and overnight lows in the mid-50s.
Like Saturday, one or two stray showers can not be ruled out, especially over western Acadiana, but I am only going with about a 10-20% chance for any one spot to see a brief shower, so I would not cancel any outdoor Mother's Day plans. We're gusty at the moment and winds will remain breezy throughout the evening.More news: 19 dead in fighting between Myanmar army, rebels
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Daily chances of rain linger through the week but there will be plenty of dry hours too. It's not overly sunny, but even partial sun should be enough to send highs back into the 80s, as winds stay light and variable in direction. Highs in the upper 60s. Winds from the southeast will run between 10 to 15 knots, contributing to a moderate chop on the intracoastal waterway. Partly to mostly cloudy, with a high near 65°.
Much stormy weather will be passing south of Minnesota on this Mother's Day.
The same high temperature is predicted for Sunday, but the chance of showers and thunderstorms grows as the weekend continues. Highs in the lower 70s. Rain chances will be in the 30-40% range. A juicy trough of low pressure will foster higher rain and storm chances for next week. A few isolated showers and storms will be possible in the afternoon, but there will be a better chance in the evening and overnight. Wednesday and Thursday seem to be the two days where we will see more widespread coverage of these storms, but they won't be a washout entirely.
Wellingtonians wake to a cloudy morning and a few showers which should clear by the afternoon, 17C.