A cool front pushing through the region will allow the relatively dry and "cool" conditions to continue through tomorrow afternoon. 
 
A few rivers are in minor flood stage and falling, but the Atchafalaya River at Morgan City will remain above moderate flood stage over the next several weeks. 
 
Rain chances will be low today and tomorrow.
 
By Saturday southerly flow off the Gulf of Mexico will return and increase moisture allowing for the return of isolated to scattered afternoon showers/thunderstorms through the middle of next week.
 
The highest rain chances forecast are on Monday and Tuesday. 

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