NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) - We started out the day in the deep freeze on both north and south shores. Lows were in the upper 20s north and lower 30s south.
Armstrong International Airport tied a record low at 31 first set back in 1960. Slidell's morning temperatures was as cold as 29.
Tomorrow morning winds lessen to 5-10 mph. With mostly sunny skies, this should help temps rise into the upper 50s during the afternoon. Remember to put your clocks ahead one hour as we spring forward Sunday at 2 a.m.
Enjoy the sun while you can, as overrunning moisture returns after dark on Sunday. Look for increasing clouds and a few showers to move in late after dark. Highs Sunday reach the lower 60s. Get the umbrellas out for the start of the work week as rain chances remain high through Wednesday.