Tonight: Tonight will see some lingering clouds and foggy conditions with lows in the mid 60s. A dense fog advisory is in place from midnight until 9 am for areas around and north of the I-10/I-12 corridor. 

Tomorrow: The frontal boundary stalls over the area allowing for more cloudy conditions tomorrow with a slight chance for isolated showers in the latter half of the day. High temperatures will be in the low-to-mid 80s. 

Beyond: High pressure will settle over the region by Monday which will support above average temperatures into the mid-to-upper 80s. No rain is expected through the week; however, dewpoints will be in the 60s to allow for muggy conditions. Humidity looks to decrease heading towards the back half of the week as winds shift to become northerly. A cooldown from a cold front is likely by next weekend. 

Don’t forget that Daylight Saving Time ends on Sunday at 2 am. We gain an extra hour of sleep. Good time to change batteries in smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.  

Tracking the Tropics: There is an area of low pressure over the Eastern Caribbean Sea that has a good chance over the next five days for tropical development. Model guidance suggests that it could impact Florida and move towards the Gulf; however, an incoming upper-level trough from the west should pick it up to the northeast. Regardless, we will keep a close eye on it. For now, there is no imminent threat to Louisiana.