Tonight: The cold front from Saturday has stalled offshore with slightly drier air left over Southeast Louisiana. Overnight lows will range between the upper 50s and low 60s. During the early morning hours, the front will lift back to the north as a warm front and humidity will increase from southerly winds. With increased humidity, we will have to again look out for fog development. 

Tomorrow: As the warm front lifts northward, it brings increased moisture and continues the enhanced cloud cover. This will allow for the chance for some isolated passing showers starting in the afternoon. Afternoon highs will be warmer into the mid 70s. 

Tomorrow Night: With continued southerly winds, overnight lows will be warmer into the low-to-mid 60s. Fog will again be a possibility to watch for. 

Beyond: The weather pattern over the next few days will persist for much of the week. Foggy mornings are possible along with cloudy skies. There is a slight chance for some light showers during the week as well in response to increased moisture and those southerly winds.  

Upper-level high pressure ridging over the Gulf will allow for the Northern Gulf Coast to warm during the week with temperatures above average in the upper 70s and low 80s. A weak cold front may push through during the back end of the week before a stronger front by the end of next weekend.