Tonight: A few early storms are possible, but they would be very isolated. Skies will be partly cloudy overnight. Winds will be light. Low near 77.
Tomorrow: We’ll begin to feel impacts from Sally tomorrow beginning in the evening. Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy with scattered storms mainly during the afternoon. These storms will be from Sally’s out rain bands. Winds will be light for most of the day before gusts pick up in the evening. High near 91.
Extended: The majority of impacts to the Baton Rouge metro area will occur on Tuesday. Sally is expected to make landfall to our east on Tuesday, which would put us on the west side of the storm. Typically, the west side doesn’t experience the worst of the impacts, but don’t let your guard down. There is still the chance for heavy rain and localized flash flooding. Impacts will likely continue on Wednesday, but after that, our rain chances decline. We’re looking at a dryer pattern going forward. We just have the make it through the middle of the week. As far as temperatures are concerned, highs will mainly be in the mid to upper 80s.