(WVUE) - A stretch of warming weather is in store with mostly sunny skies through the end of the week. A few clouds could come by on this afternoon but there won't be much in the way of rain.
Temperatures will warm well into the 70s throughout the week and late this week could even sneak toward the 80-degree mark.
A cold front will arrive overnight Friday or very early on Saturday morning. There could be a few brief showers with the front but based on timing they would occur overnight or very early Saturday morning. This will have temperatures dropping throughout the day on Saturday with the afternoon likely in the 50s.
Highs will stay in the 50s Sunday afternoon as well, and there could be a frost threat on the north shore by next Monday.
The tropics have been quiet and almost forgotten, but hurricane season runs until November 30th for a reason.
The National Hurricane Center is watching some disturbed weather in the Caribbean. The expectation is that this area will organize as the week goes on.
But the system should not pose any problems for the northern Gulf as the steady stream of fronts are finally setting up, keeping area clear.