After a multi-day deluge last week the prospect of an occasional afternoon or early evening shower or thunderstorm sounds rather inviting for water logged residents of Acadiana. Dave Baker says the stalled frontal boundary and pesky low pressure system that was responsible for the flooding rains of late last week has moved on.

In that system's place is a more normal summertime weather pattern for the area. That means that the humidity levels will be high and the temperatures even higher with the appearance of sunshine during the early part of the day.

The next better than average chance of showers will return to Acadiana by midweek but for the most part the forecast will fall back into the typical popcorn shower or thunderstorm patter through the weekend.