A cold front that pushed well south on Saturday is allowing for a nice chill in the air. Highs settled in around the 60 degree mark on Sunday. Expect similar temperatures on Monday. South Shore lows will be in the low 40's, but some protected areas on the North Shore will dip down to right around the freezing mark so be on the look out in parts of Washington and Northern Tangipahoa Parishes. There may also be some patchy frost, but a light northerly breeze will help minimize any widespread frost.
Clouds will increase throughout the day with winds picking up from the east. An area of low pressure will form near the coast on Tuesday and could bring a few late day showers near the coast. There's a slightly better chance for rain on Wednesday as the low strengthens and moves to the east, but rain chances are starting to look less impressive with each model run.
Another upper trough pushes a front through on Wednesday. This will set up a breezy and cooler Thanksgiving Day. Right now it looks dry but some clouds are expected with temperatures in the 50's. The rest of the holiday weekend should be dry.
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