NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) - Scattered storms dotted the area through the morning and afternoon with yesterday's front washing out just south of us and allowing plenty of moisture to hang around across the area. With daytime heating showers will linger into the early evening, but there have been plenty of breaks to enjoy the outdoors with Dad.
Temperatures are once again warm, but not oppressive with highs below average in the mid to upper 80's. We can expect to get hotter and drier to start the week with much less rain coverage for Monday and temperatures creeping back up into the low 90's.
Tropical Depression four formed in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico. Hurricane hunters investigated an area of low pressure finding a closed circulation. The system will quickly move inland over Mexico and will not be an issue for our part of the Gulf Coast. It may become Tropical Storm Danielle before landfall.