Saturday turned out fantastic for most of the day with plenty of sunshine and comfortable temperatures in the mid-60s. Unfortunately conditions are rapidly changing with nightfall. Temperatures are still mild, but clouds moving in from the west are keeping most overcast and showers, associated with low pressure just off-shore, bringing rain to much of southeast Louisiana and the Mississippi Gulf Coast through the overnight.
The good news is that this is a fast moving system and should easily push through by early morning allowing us to dry out quickly. Another cold front will also push through early in the day allowing colder air to settle into the region. Temperatures will likely stay in the mid to low 50s for the day. Sunday night into Monday morning will bring another opportunity for freezing temperatures particularly on the north shore.
Meteorologist Nicondra Norwood
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