Tonight: It will be another warm night with temperatures only dropping into the upper 60s. There is the possibility of a few brief showers, but most places will remain dry overnight. Winds will be out of the south-southwest at 5-10 mph. Low near 67.
Tomorrow: A cold front will pass through most of Louisiana tomorrow morning. Ahead of that front and behind that front, we’ll likely see scattered showers and possibly storms. These showers will be spotty, but occasionally, there could be pockets of moderate to heavy rain. Winds shift to the northwest at 5-10 mph once the front passes. High near 75.
Extended: Tuesday will be a better opportunity for rain and storms as a low pressure system nears. Storms will likely occur from late morning to early afternoon. There could be pockets of heavy rain. It doesn’t look like these storms will be severe at this point, but it is still a good idea to stay weather aware. Highs will be cooler on Tuesday with temperatures only rising into the low to mid 60s. Wednesday’s temperatures will be similar, but it will be dry outside. As highs pressure settles in the region, temperatures will increase. Highs will be in the upper 60s and lower 70s on Thursday, continuing through the weekend.