Tonight: There is a chance for a few showers or storms tonight with some areas of patchy fog. There is a dense fog advisory in place for a few parishes for visibilities possibly falling to 1/4 mile. Southerly winds will continue to pull warm air and moisture from the gulf and could be breezy at times. Overnight lows will be warm in the upper 60s and possibly the low 70s.
Tomorrow: Scattered showers and storms should begin to develop around daybreak ahead of the cold front. Daytime heating will allow for some stronger to severe storms during the day. The storm prediction center has placed Southeast Louisiana under an enhanced risk (3/5) for severe weather.
All modes of severe weather will be possible including a few strong tornadoes. Rainfall totals look to be around 1-2″ with locally higher amounts. Make sure you have multiple ways to receive warnings and alerts throughout the day.
Rain and storms will begin to clear with the front later in the day during the night as cooler and drier air arrives.
Beyond: After the front passes tomorrow night, temperatures will fall to near normal with highs in the low 60s and lows in the 30s and 40s. Clouds will begin to return with another chance for rain next weekend into next week.