NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) - Today saw another active day of thunderstorms on the north shore with very little developing south of Lake Pontchartrain. The east coast trough remains giving a west northwest flow over the gulf south which is non-typical for this time of the year.
Usually, we have the Bermuda High locked over us providing a flow from the southeast. What is typical are the daily thunderstorms forming from daytime heating.
That will continue on Wednesday with fewer shower chances likely for the rest of this week. Hot temps are a given for this time of the year. Next week may be our hottest of the year as the western upper high builds down over us.
- Bob Breck