NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - The upper low, which triggered showers and storms Monday, is now moving to our northeast. What that means is a much drier work week.
In addition, an upper ridge is building in from the west, which not only keeps us dry as well, but increases temperatures.
This will lead to several afternoons not only reaching 90 degrees, but breaking into the low 90s.
This looks to remain the case until the end of the weekend and next week.