A fairly quiet weather pattern in store for the rest of this week.
After a few pleasant days across the two-south region, a weak shortwave will move some energy through the southeast. This will mainly drive more cloud cover and just a sproadic shower chance with the greatest for the potential to be on the northern end of the viewing area around areas of Lafayette and LaGrange.
After this wave of energy moves out, high pressure will build in across the southeast then break down and move eastward with another wave of energy. This one still will only produce just sproadic showers around the area.
A stronger ridge of high pressure looks to build over the south for an extended period next week. This will likely be the warmest temperatures of the year so far.
Temperatures remain near average through Thursday, then expect afternoon highs to be 5-6 degrees above average as we head into the upcoming weekend.