Thursday in central Louisiana began with clouds, patchy fog, and off/on drizzle. Minimum temperatures ranged through the 50s, which is well above the 30-year average of 41 degrees. In 1895, the thermometer fell all the way down to 22 degrees for the record low. Patchy drizzle and fog also occurred at some locations.
Folks located along the western, southern, and eastern fringes of the KALB-TV viewing area saw limited sunshine during the afternoon. Otherwise, the sky stayed overcast. This limited max temps to the 60s.
This weather pattern will continue through the weekend with mild temperatures, high humidity, and morning fog. The chance for rain will increase Sunday through Monday with the next cold front.