Showers and storms are possible today and tonight ahead of our next cold front. Most of the rain will fall north of the Lake. There could be one or two strong storms or downpours. Otherwise, it will be warm and humid with highs in the mid to upper 80s.
Good news! This seemingly endless heat will come to an end over the weekend as a strong cold front arrives late tonight. Showers and storms are possible today ahead of the front with highs in upper 80s.
Warm, muggy conditions will finish out the work week along with a few showers. Plan for highs near 90 degrees and overnight temperatures only in the 70s. This is all ahead of a cold front due to arrive Saturday morning.
We are closing out on likely the hottest and driest September on record.Daily highs will remain in the 90s over the next week. We'll stay just below record levels as highs stay around the 90 degree mark through the weekend.
Hot, sunny, and dry conditions are expected for the rest of the week. Highs will be in the lower 90s with some places reaching the middle 90s. We could challenge record highs a couple of days this week.
Happy first day of Fall! We won’t have crisp, Autumn air, but there is a hint of dry air and lower humidity still lingering from the weekend. This makes the mornings, evenings, and shady spots feel just a little bit better although the afternoons are still forecast to be scorchers.
A weak frontal boundary over the area will increase cloud cover and shower activity today. Highs will stay in the upper 80s to near 90 as a result. Saturday will be similar with a slightly lower chance for rain, then we’ll be mostly dry by Sunday.
Mostly dry and hot conditions on tap again today. Highs will reach the mid 90s with a mix of clouds and sun. A backdoor front will sneak into the area Friday bringing lower humidity to parts of the area by the weekend.
To finish out the work week, we will see highs in the mid 90s. The record today at New Orleans International Airport is 95° which will likely be tied or broken. Most areas will stay dry with only a brief, isolated shower possible.
An area of disturbed weather over the Southeast Bahamas will move toward the Gulf of Mexico in the next few days. The chances for development over the next couple of days is pretty low thanks to shear from an upper-level low.
After four straight days of record-breaking heat, we’ll still be H-O-T to start off the work week. Highs today in the mid-90s may not topple the record of 98 set in 1980, but they will be well above the average of 89° for this time of year.
We expect record breaking heat through the weekend as highs climb into the upper 90s each afternoon. The humidity isn’t out of control, thankfully, so feels-like temperatures will remain bearable for most in the lower 100s.
Highs each afternoon will top out in the upper 90s to near 100 degrees with tons of sunshine in the forecast. Dry skies will continue through the weekend as Dorian continues to wrap dry air into our area.Parts of Southeast Louisiana have are included in a Heat advisory for today.