Nicondra began her broadcasting career in 1999 with WAKA, the CBS affiliate, in Montgomery, AL. She spent almost six years in Alabama as weekend, then later, morning meteorologist. She is a proud member of the American Meteorological Society, The National Weather Association and The National Association of Black Journalists.
The light winds and moisture will hold on through the day with periodic showers hanging around through the day. Keep the rain gear if you are heading out. A warm front will stall and linger through most of the week keeping us in and out of showers.
Friday a warm front moves into the region bringing a surge in temperatures and moisture. Expect spotty storms around with the front Friday. Overnight Friday into Saturday a squall line is expected to form in east Texas and push through the state.
Expect mostly clear skies with low temperatures in the low 40s south, 30s north for Tuesday morning. High temperatures on Tuesday which is also New Year’s Eve will hover in the upper 50s low 60s once again.
That trend will continue into the day on Saturday, but even fewer locations should get in on the showers. Temperatures remain mild with highs in the low to mid 70s and lows in the 60s both sides of the lake.
The widespread freeze will stay north and west, but it’s not out of the question temperatures will dip down to the 32 degree point briefly in some more protected spots. Watching a developing storm for the weekend.
Most of the day will be dry with a breezy southerly wind. Late in the afternoon there will be a better chance for some showers, but stronger storms can be expected with the front during the late evening.
Overnight Saturday into Sunday will be slightly cooler with a bit more wind so fog should not be as prominent, but it will still be thick in a few locations. A dense fog advisory begins Sunday midnight through 9 a.m.
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High pressure will keep clear skies and light winds in place allowing temperatures to drop down close to the dry dew points in the lower 30s. North and west of the lake many locations will kiss the freezing mark for several hours on Tuesday morning.
Lots of sunshine Sunday made for a pleasant afternoon with temperatures near 70, but the cold air is still slipping south. Expect overnight lows to fall into the 30s both sides of the lake with some spots experiencing a frost.
Monday will start off on a cool note with lows in the 40s south and some 30s north of Lake Pontchartrain. Temperatures will rebound quickly during the afternoon with a good bit of sunshine highs should reach 70.