It looks nice out as we are rolling through the weekend, but more moisture is making it feel a little less comfortable as you get our and about. Although temperatures are still in the low to mid 80's for most of the day; a few locations will briefly reach the 90-degree mark. There is even the chance some record highs may be broken between now and early next week. More moisture also means warmer overnights with 60's instead of 50's on the North Shore and 70's on the South Shore.
It's not out of the question we see a couple of showers this weekend as a weak disturbance passes. There was some activity right along the coast near Port Fourchon Saturday morning, but the brunt of the rain stayed off shore. Most of the area will stay dry.
It will be even more humid as we kick off next week and more locations will get close to 90 which is record heat territory for this time of the year, but still bearable when you remember we were in the middle 90's just a few weeks ago. A real opportunity is coming as we end the week with a strong cold front likely moving in by next weekend bringing much cooler temperatures.
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