Breezy and cooler conditions are on tap in the wake of our first strong cold front of the season. Clouds will gradually break up today, giving way to tons of sunshine. Highs will only reach the mid-70s. Expect lots of sun with low humidity for the rest of the week.
Our first Fall front is due to arrive later today! We will be warm and humid ahead of the front with highs hitting the upper 80s in the early afternoon. As the front passes, we’ll see a few storms and a sharp drop in temperatures by the evening hours. Breezy and cooler conditions are on tap for Tue
Clouds will give way to some peeks of sunshine today with highs in the low 80s. Over the weekend, we’ll warm up with highs reaching the mid to upper 80s. A stray shower can’t be ruled out, but most will stay dry.Our first true Fall front will arrive early next week!
As Beta continues to swirl off the Texas coast, a tail of moisture will stay over the FOX 8 Viewing Area. This will keep rain chances high through at least mid-week. At times, rain could be heavy and a Flash Flood Watch is in effect through mid-week.
Sally is forecast to become a hurricane likely impacting Southeast Louisiana and South Mississippi by late Monday through Tuesday. All residents are urged to finalize preparations for strong winds, heavy rain, and possible high surge for coastal areas.
Two disturbances moving across the Gulf will increase rain chances today through next week.The second disturbance is the one that could develop into a depression or even a tropical storm by Sunday and into early next week.
Today will be our last dry day for a while. Temperatures will climb into the low to mid 90s, and when you factor in the humidity, it could feel like 100 at times. A couple of disturbances over Florida and the Bahamas will move into the Gulf over the weekend and early next week.
Expect lots of sunshine and mostly dry skies for your Labor Day. After a pleasant morning with lower humidity, temperatures will rise into the 90s for a hot, but tolerable afternoon. Humidity will return tomorrow and so will rain chances.
Today will be another hot, humid, and no rain kind of day. Highs will reach the mid 90s for many with heat index values up to 105 during the afternoon. More of the same is on tap for Saturday with one difference- the chance for spotty afternoon storms.
More heat and humidity to finish out the work week. Highs will reach the low to mid 90s and the heat index will climb into the triple digits during the afternoon. We’ll keep the dry skies and sunshine through Friday as well.
Today marks the first day of Meteorological Fall and drier skies are finally in the forecast! Today through Thursday will be hot and sunny. Unfortunately, the humidity is going to stick around, so that leaves us with highs in the mid 90s feeling like the 100s.
Showers and storms will continue to spark up through the afternoon hours today. With plenty of moisture around, a few storms could produce heavy rain in a short amount of time which may lead to localized flooding. Otherwise, it will be warm and humid with highs near 90.
Deep tropical moisture will remain across the area into the weekend. Rain and storms are likely today with a few downpours possible. A transition to more southwesterly winds today will allow any coastal areas still seeing higher-than-normal tides to see that water go down.
Showers and storms are expected this afternoon- a few could produce strong winds and heavy downpours. Highs will reach the low 90s with typical summertime humidity. Spotty storm chances continue Friday and Saturday, but rain chances will ramp up as we head into Sunday and early next week.
Stray to spotty storms are expected to stay mostly south of Lake Pontchartrain today and Wednesday. The drier air will also keep the humidity in a bearable range for this time of year. Deeper moisture will return to the area by late week and the start of the weekend.