NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) - Sunday saw quite a few showers both from a disturbance kicked north across Mexico forced ahead by an upper level low over the Baja Peninsula and a large northern system pushing a cold front south.
Showers ahead of the front will taper off with cold and breezy conditions moving in for Monday. Monday's highs will top out near 50.
Tuesday will be very chilly starting out in the 30's on the south shore and upper 20's on the north shore. Get ready for a raw and uncomfortable few days in the middle of the week as a Gulf low will kick up a cold rain on Wednesday and Thursday.
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- Meteorologist Nicondra Norwood