Tonight: Skies will be cloudy, but a passing shower is possible. Most areas will stay dry as rain will mostly be confined to coastal areas. Temperatures will be cool with lows dropping into the upper 60s. Winds will be easterly at 15 mph. Low near 68.
Tomorrow: More showers will gradually move into the area tomorrow, and it will be another grey and bleak day. Skies will be overcast, and this will limit daytime heating. Highs will reach the lower 70s and be over 10 degrees below average. Winds will be easterly at 15 mph, but gusts could exceed 30 mph. High near 74.
Extended: Showers will continue on Tuesday, Wednesday and possibly Thursday, and this will be a direct result of Tropical Storm Beta. As Beta moves closer to Louisiana, our threats will increase. The main threats are gusty winds and heavy rain, so look for both of these to increase beginning on Tuesday as Beta begins to move northeastward. Temperatures will sit in the 70s until Wednesday, which is when highs will return to the 80s. By the end of the week, we’ll be mostly dry, and highs will be in the mid 80s. We’ll even start to see some sunshine. Still, temperatures will be slightly below average.