NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - Warmer conditions will stick around through Thursday afternoon as high pressure in the upper levels settles overhead and surface winds remain southeasterly. Rain chances stay slim with only a slight chance on Wednesday as moisture from the Gulf gets drawn north towards the approaching cold front. The best chance for a shower will be west and along the coast on Wednesday. It's not out of the question a shower or two develops with the frontal passage, but most energy with the system moving through on Thursday will remain well to our north. If there's no rain at the airport or even very little this November will top the driest years in recorded history with only .05 measured on Nov. 9th.
The next cold front will move through later in the day on Thursday bringing back seasonable weather just in time for the start of December. High temperatures should fall back into the mid to upper 60's.
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