NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - Storms will continue to move through parts of Southeast Louisiana Saturday afternoon. Some localized street flooding will be possible.
Sunday does not look as stormy and chances are for more sun.
We will turn drier again as high pressure builds early next week. Lower rain chances means slightly hotter temperatures into the lower 90s.
Another frontal boundary will approach the area at the end of next week, and the chance for storms will once again increase.
The tropics remain extremely quiet across the entire Atlantic Basin.
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