High pressure aloft continued to build into our area today, which has kept thunderstorm development at bay over Cenla. The same should happen for tomorrow. Most of us should stay dry, but we'll keep a slight chance for isolated showers and thunderstorms in the forecast for the afternoon in case anything manages to develop due to daytime heating.
However, as we head into Tuesday the weather pattern will change. A series of upper level impulses will move across the region Tuesday and Wednesday, along with a low pressure trough aloft and weak surface front, bringing numerous showers and thunderstorms to the forecast. This activity will combine with daytime heating to allow pretty good coverage of these storms across the entire region. You may see some sun at times on these days, but you definitely won't want to forget the umbrella.
By Thursday the activity begins to die down, and rain chances will taper off. In fact, by the time we kick off the weekend Friday our weekend forecast should be mostly dry, warm, and sunny.