Tonight: Mostly clear skies with light winds. Lows near 41°.
Tomorrow: Starting off mostly sunny with clouds increasing throughout the afternoon. Rain chances increase after 8 p.m. ahead of the cold front. Highs near 65°.
Extended: Our Monday will kick off sunny and seasonal ahead of our next cold front. An arctic airmass will bring our coldest temperatures of the season Tuesday into Wednesday morning. These cold temperatures also have the potential to transition our rain to a wintry mix or even snow early Tuesday morning. The parishes with the best chance to see any accumulation will be along the Louisiana/Mississippi border and will decrease the further south you go. As of now, parishes south of the I-10/12 corridor will see a cold rain while north of the interstate have that chance to see some flurries.
Temperatures Tuesday will sit in the low 40’s with feel-like temperatures struggling to rise above the 30’s. Wednesday morning will sit in the mid 20’s making for a brutally cold start to our day. Later this week our temperatures will rebound back up into the 50’s and 60’s.