Tonight: Although hurricane Hanna continues to move farther away from Louisiana, we are still seeing impacts from the outer bands of this storm. The night will be mostly dry with mostly cloudy skies, but a passing shower is possible. Winds will be easterly at 5-10 mph. Low near 75.
Tomorrow: Unfortunately, we’re looking at more storms in the picture tomorrow. These storms will be scattered in nature like what we saw today, but at times, heavy rain is possible. This could lead to localized flooding. Temperatures will be cooler-than-average with highs in the lower 80s, but it will still feel like the upper 80s to lower 90s outside. Winds will be easterly at 5-10 mph. High near 83.
Extended: Storms will again move through the Baton Rouge metro region on Monday and again on Tuesday. Temperatures on both of these days will be almost ten degrees below average. After that, the chance for storms will slowly decline while our temperatures gradually increase. On Thursday, we return to the 90s, and while we will stay mostly dry, there is the chance for an isolated storm. This will be the case on Friday and on Saturday.