Today: Patchy, dense fog may be possible in the morning with a DENSE FOG ADVISORY in place until 10am for all parishes and counties within our viewing area. Increased cloud cover is possible later in the afternoon to evening. Temperatures should warm to near 76 degrees which would be a mirror image of what we saw yesterday for temperatures. Dry weather stays in place today thanks to high pressure. Overnight lows only cool to the mid-50s since cloud cover will increase again overnight.  

Friday: Fog may be possible again in the morning with more clouds in and out through the day with more clouds than sunshine. Highs will be just a degree or two cooler than Thursday, near 74 degrees.  

Saturday-Sunday: Showers no longer look possible for the weekend but increased cloud cover is still possible since high pressure leaves our area and a disturbance swings moisture our way from Texas. Showers may be possible Sunday night. 

Monday-Tuesday: A weak cool front could and disturbance drop highs into the upper-60s to near 70 Monday with some showers early in the morning on Monday. Cloud cover stays in place with highs returning to the 70s on Tuesday. 

Wednesday: Wet weather might have a chance of returning on Wednesday with highs still in the low-70s.  

Tracking the Tropics: The 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season is officially over!