NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) - An upper low to our west has kept the moisture surging into southeast Louisiana, and we'll likely see about 30% coverage for rain today. The upper low has also created a strong southwesterly shear not allowing any form of tropical weather to develop in the Gulf.
This pattern finally comes to an end tomorrow as a cold front moves through. About 30% rain chances tomorrow with the cooler and drier air lagging behind and not arriving until Thursday.
Beautiful weather as we wrap up the week and head into the weekend with low humidity, sunny skies, and cooler temps. Highs by Friday and Saturday could remain in the upper 70s! Lows on the north shore in the lower to middle 50s and lower 60s south shore.
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- Meteorologist Bruce Katz