Tonight: Skies will gradually clear as lows will drop to the low-to-mid 30s. A freeze warning is in effect from 1 am to 9 am Wednesday morning. Frost and freeze conditions are expected as temperatures could fall between 30 and 32 degrees, especially north of the I-10/I-12 corridor. Winds will be from the north at around 5 to 10 mph. 

Tomorrow: Sunny skies with low humidity as high pressure begins to replace the frontal zone. High temperatures will barely reach the mid 60s with light winds from the north. 

Beyond: The rest of the week will be dry and clear as a gradual warming trend kicks in. Winds will begin to shift from out of the southeast as the high pressure moves to the east. This will allow humidity to slowly increase as we head towards more seasonable conditions with highs in the mid 80s by the weekend. By next week, another cold front looks to move in bringing back rain chances.  

Tracking the Tropics: The Atlantic is quiet for now, and development is not expected in the next five days. There is no imminent threat to the Gulf Coast.