StormTracker Team Forecast…A Dense Fog Advisory has been issued for Iberville, Ascension-Assumption, St. James, St. John The Baptist, and other South-Central and Southeast Louisiana parishes through 9:00 A.M.. Patchy dense fog for these areas will be a concern, but it will not be a widespread issue. Otherwise, quiet and chilly with temperatures in the 30s and 40s once again. High pressure will continue to rule our weather pattern, so we are looking at quiet conditions, but it will be warm with increasingly more cloud cover and humidity each day. Mostly sunny to partly cloudy today with highs in the mid and upper 70s.
Our next system will impact our weather pattern starting on Friday. We are still trying to pinpoint the exact timing and strength of the system, but as of now, we are not anticipating organized severe weather; however, a few strong storms will be possible starting Friday afternoon. You can expect periods of scattered to numerous showers and isolated storms through Saturday morning. We will keep you posted. For now, the forecast is dry and cool for the LSU vs Arkansas game.
As we head into the holiday week, Monday appears to be dry, but Tuesday and Wednesday may be a bit wet at times. We will be monitoring the potential very closely, especially because this could impact travel. Thanksgiving Day looks to be dry and cool, as of now. Stay tuned for updates!
Meanwhile in the Atlantic, there is a broad area of low pressure that has a high chance for formation through the next few days. It will not impact Louisiana or the United States. Next name on the list is Sebastien. The 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season ends on November 30th.