New Orleans, La. - Very cold air covers all of the Gulf South and, as an upper low moves across the state later tonight, we could actually see some snow flakes as far south as the North Shore and Mississippi Gulf Coast.
This should happen after midnight and before daybreak. Since temperatures should be slightly above freezing, any accumulation will not last very long.
We do not expect the snow flurry activity to reach the South Shore at this time. A slow warming trend begins Thursday as the upper low pulls away and sunshine returns, although Friday morning lows could dip into the 20s North Shore to near freezing South.