NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - We will see several showers offshore to start Friday morning with the flow moving in out of the southwest.
Scattered showers continue through the morning increasing into the afternoon.
A rare late June cold front will sink south during the day on Saturday increasing rain chances through the afternoon and into the evening hours.
The Storm Prediction Center places parts of the north shore in its Marginal risk area for late Saturday. That's the lowest risk category and indicates that one or two storms may be strong enough ahead of the frontal boundary to reach severe limits.
On Sunday, the front will sink just offshore and should be slightly drier. The positive is that high temperatures should remain in the upper 80s with more clouds and rain during the afternoon hours.