(WVUE) - Thanksgiving turned out to be a nice day and Friday will bring another round of cool air will help to keep the trend rolling.
There will be plenty of sunshine across southeast Louisiana and the Mississippi Gulf Coast as high pressure will be in control through the weekend.
The much drier air will build in through the day into Saturday with slightly cooler temperatures to make it feel more like the holidays.
Saturday's highs should stay in the 60s with some Sunday morning lows in the 30s on the north shore and 40s south of the Lake Pontchartrain.
Another roller coaster ride is on the way for next week. A deep upper-level trough and associated cold front will usher in windy and warm weather on Monday followed with a chance for rain and storms on Tuesday.
Behind the front, a strong push of cold air will move in for the middle of next week.
Some freezing temperatures may be possible again late next week on the North Shore.