It was a white knuckle drive for some drivers in Acadiana during their morning commute because of near zero visibility in many areas due to the dense fog.

KATC-TV 3 meteorologist Dave Baker said we can expect similar conditions Wednesday and Thursday mornings.

"A warm and humid airmass is moving northward across the Gulf of Mexico and riding over colder waters," Baker said. "The marine layer moisture is trapped south of a front that has stalled over central Louisiana."

That moisture is causing dense fog, which is triggering advisories across south Louisiana.

But Baker said we can expect cooler and drier air to come to Acadiana by Friday morning, bringing with it clearer skies for the weekend.