Today: Today a weak cool front will straddle the region leading to only isolated showers and partly cloudy skies. It will still be humid with highs in the mid-80s. A DENSE FOG ADVISORY is in place until 9am for most parishes and counties around, east and north of Baton Rouge. Visibility will be less than a quarter mile and will lead to hazardous driving conditions. Overnight, clouds will clear thanks to the cool front pushing farther south with lows near 65.
Tomorrow: The cool front will push mostly through our region by the start of Tuesday. This will lead to highs in the low-80s, dropping humidity and mostly sunny skies. Rain chances will be out of the picture. Overnight, lows drop to near 64 degrees.
Wednesday-Saturday: The cool front will eventually stall over the Gulf and not move much. This will hold weather conditions in place for the remainder of the week. This means more sunshine, lower humidity and highs in the mid-to-low 80s.
Sunday: Eventually humidity will begin to rise again with increasing rain chances. Sunday starts this trend with isolated rain chances, increasing clouds and highs in the mid-80s.
Tracking the Tropics: Hurricane Sam and Tropical Depression Victor are not a concern for Louisiana.
Another tropical wave has a low chance of development along the east coast but is also not a worry for us.