LAKE CHARLES, La. (KPLC) – Temperatures remaining warm this afternoon in the upper 70s topping out near 80 degrees thanks to plenty of sunshine. A few clouds have developed thanks to southern flow which has increased the dewpoint and is slowly bringing back the humidity. Fog tonight isn’t expected to be a problem especially because of southern winds remaining all night. This is going to keep temperatures warmer though in the low 60s to upper 50s farther inland. Starting off tomorrow on the warmer side in the low 60s to upper 50s and warming nicely through the afternoon to near 80 degrees once again. We’ll see those southern winds persist continuing to increase the dewpoint. Clouds also move in from the west ahead of our next cold front. Rain chances remain low tomorrow as the bulk of the rain holds off until Friday. Expect much of the same as today with more cloud cover! Clouds stick around overnight keeping lows warmer in the mid 60s. We’ll start off Friday with a small chance for a hit or miss shower and see that chance steadily increase through the day as our next cold front moves through during the afternoon hours. This cold front does bring with it the chance for seve...