NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - As high pressure slides east, our winds will become more easterly.
A warm-up will be noticeable this afternoon as highs bounce back into the mid-70s. The warmer conditions will last through Thursday ahead of our next cold front.
Rain chances will remain low with only a slight chance at a shower Wednesday and Thursday.
It appears we are heading for our driest November on record with only .05" recorded at Armstrong International since the month started.
A cold front is expected to move through Thursday night, cooling us down a bit just in time for the start of December.