It's slightly warmer this Sunday with temperatures still cool in the upper 50's, and the overcast skies match Saints fan's moods. Putting a more positive twist on the cool damp conditions hopefully it has more folks in the holiday spirit.
Showers are staying off shore, but will start to creep inland late Sunday evening. Only expect a little coverage with more folks getting in on the rain as moisture continues to stream northeast across Mexico and the northern Gulf of Mexico.
Monday brings a little more coverage rain-wise and plenty of cloud cover. It will be even warmer with winds at the surface becoming southerly ahead of the next cold front.
That front moves in during the day on Tuesday. The storm prediction center places most of the area in a slight risk for severe weather.
Expect some strong storms with heavy rain, hail and high winds. The good news is that behind the front conditions will be drastically different with clear skies and cold conditions just in time for Christmas.
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