Today: Cooler air settles in with mostly sunny skies and slightly drier conditions. This is all thanks to the cold front that came in yesterday. Highs will be near 65 degrees in Baton Rouge.
Saturday-Sunday: Nice weather holds with mostly sunny skies and highs in the low-70s Saturday then up into the upper-70s Sunday. High pressure should keep us mostly dry until Sunday night as a cold front approaches. Isolated showers may be possible overnight Sunday.
Monday-Tuesday: A cold front should move in Sunday night into Monday morning. This could lead to a few isolated showers along its passage. Monday and Tuesday will be much cooler because of it with highs only a degree or two above 60. Cloudy conditions will be seen as the front passes with a breeze, then clearing skies Monday evening. Sunny skies hold for Tuesday.
Wednesday: We will warm to 70 degrees with partly cloudy skies.
Thanksgiving Day: A disturbance currently developing in the Pacific Northwest is expected to slide south into Mexico then east towards Louisiana. The timing and strength of this system is still hard to pinpoint as there are still a lot of unknowns. The most likely scenario is to expect increasing rain chances as we go into the evening on Thanksgiving Day.
Tracking the Tropics: No impacts to Baton Rouge expected.