NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) - We are quickly beginning to settle into more of a summer pattern without fronts to focus the rain. It's smaller disturbance rotating around the larger upper steering currents that will control how much rain we receive on any given day. Right now a large upper low is sitting over the Rockies and allowed a disturbance to rotate our of the Gulf of Mexico and dump a lot of rain in some areas over the last couple of days.
Most of the area got into a break with sunset, but a small disturbance moving in from off shore may trigger a few more showers overnight and into the early morning hours on Sunday. Sunday will bring more scattered storms for the afternoon with shower activity backing off in coverage for Monday.
-Meteorologist Nicondra Norwood
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