Zack: Saintsational Sunday weather
A cold start will give way to a beautiful day
NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - Chilly starts to beautiful days. That’s how fall is supposed to work around here and that’s exactly the pattern we are stuck in for now.
Morning layers will be needed over the next several days, as temperatures start in the 40s and 50s. But the afternoons will be picture-perfect. Highs for Sunday will make it into the middle- to upper-60s, followed by low 70s for highs as we move into the new work week. Sunny skies dominate the forecast the next several days.
Looking ahead to the end of this week, our next cold front should be arriving in the Thursday-Friday time frame. This will be another uneventful frontal passage, bringing only a slim chance for a few showers. The bigger story will be the cold air to follow, which could set us up for another sunny but chilly weekend. Our first frost/freeze could be possible in spots come next weekend.
Just a friendly reminder, Daylight Saving Time has ended, so make sure your clocks are correct. You should have turned them back one hour.
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