Tonight: The cold front will stall tonight into tomorrow leaving cloudy skies. Areas along and south of the cold front will see dense fog. A dense fog advisory has been issued for dense fog with visibilities below 1 mile. Fog will begin to dissipate once the front clears to the south. Area along the Northshore will see the advisory expire at 3 AM Sun as the front passes.
Overnight lows will be cooler in the mid 50s near the Florida Parishes. More south, lows will be in the upper 50s and low 60s.
Tomorrow: The cold front will eventually make its way offshore leaving behind slightly drier air, but still relatively humid. Cooler air will be behind the front with highs in the upper 60s and low 70s. Moisture does not leave entirely leaving mostly cloudy skies for the day along with a slight chance for some drizzle.
Tomorrow Night: Winds will shift back out from the southeast allowing for moisture return and overnight lows warmer in the low 60s. Cloudy skies will persist with another chance for some AM fog.
Beyond: The weather pattern over the next few days will persist for much of the next week. Foggy mornings are possible along with cloudy skies. The old cold front will shift northward over the area on Monday as a warm front bringing some isolated showers and humid air. There is a slight chance for some light showers during the week as well.
Upper-level high pressure ridging over the Gulf will allow for the Northern Gulf Coast to warm during the week with temperatures above average in the upper 70s and low 80s. A weak cold front may push through during the back end of the week before a stronger front by the end of next weekend.