Franklin: Some cooling showers and storms - FOX 8 WVUE New Orleans News, Weather, Sports, Social

Franklin: Some cooling showers and storms

NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) -

It looks like the upper high is gaining strength once again and this will help to keep us relatively dry.

Rain coverage today should be around 40 percent, but much less after that through the weekend and into early next week.

High temperatures will again reach the mid and some upper 90s through that period as well. The only relief comes from pop-up shower development.

Copyright 2015 WVUE. All rights reserved.

  • Local NewsMore>>

  • Local First Traffic: Accident shuts southbound Causeway

    Local First Traffic: Accident shuts southbound Causeway

    Interstate 55 and the Twin Span are advised as alternate routes.

    more>>

    Interstate 55 and the Twin Span are advised as alternate routes.

    more>>
  • City announces bike share community workshops

    City announces bike share community workshops

    The City of New Orleans, in conjunction with Social Bicycles Inc. (SoBi), announced today it will hold six community workshops to collect resident feedback on where to place the initial 70 bike stations before the fall 2017 launch of the City's bike share program.

    more>>

    The City of New Orleans, in conjunction with Social Bicycles Inc. (SoBi), announced today it will hold six community workshops to collect resident feedback on where to place the initial 70 bike stations before the fall 2017 launch of the City's bike share program.

    more>>
  • Solar panels lighting up New Orleans East

    Solar panels lighting up New Orleans East

    Solar energy is blanketing one neighborhood even after state tax credits disappeared. In New Orleans East at least 2,150 homes have solar energy and several homeowners are landing the panels at little or no initial cost. At Mary Queen of Vietnam, the church installed a large solar system including a hot water heater panel. “One single panel like that we don't have to use any other energy from the roof to make the water heater work and so it's a big saving to us,” Anthon...

    more>>

    Solar energy is blanketing one neighborhood even after state tax credits disappeared. In New Orleans East at least 2,150 homes have solar energy and several homeowners are landing the panels at little or no initial cost. At Mary Queen of Vietnam, the church installed a large solar system including a hot water heater panel. “One single panel like that we don't have to use any other energy from the roof to make the water heater work and so it's a big saving to us,” Anthon...

    more>>
Powered by Frankly