The disturbance we have been tracking in the Gulf has become a Potential Tropical Cyclone meaning the first track has been issued and warnings are up for our area as this system is expected to become Claudette before landfall Friday night.
A few locations still saw heat index values in the 100-105° range. Actual temperatures topped out in the low 90s. Tuesday looks better for a few pop up storms. Any storms that do pop in this environment could be strong and/or heavy downpours.Thursday will be a bit drier as moisture gets concentrated around the developing tropical weather in the Gulf of Mexico. It will likely be the driest day of the week before we begin to deal with whatever effects we might see from the Gulf system.
Hot and humid conditions continue to finish the week and kick off the weekend. Highs will be in the low to mid 90s, and the heat index could reach as high as 105 at times. A stray storm or two is possible through Saturday, but most of us will be dry.
Mostly hot and humid conditions in the forecast over the next few days. Highs will be in the low to mid 90s, and the heat index could reach as high as 105 at times. A stray storm or two is possible through Saturday, but most of us will be dry.
As we head into the later night hours coverage is improving with some areas getting a bit of a break. High temperatures stayed in the middle 80s with all the clouds and rain.You will need to keep a hold on the rain gear for Monday.
There’s plenty of moisture to fuel storms across the region with an upper level low stuck to our west over Texas. The circulation combined with high pressure to the east will continue to push moisture from the Gulf north over the next several days.
After another pleasant start, Memorial Day will be warm and sunny. Rain chances are near zero today, but they will increase through the rest of the week.As high pressure slides east, humidity will return by Tuesday.
We had a pleasant and relatively cool start to Sunday morning and while we warmed up quickly into the afternoon with plenty of sunshine the highs in the 80s felt comfortable with drier dew points in place. The pleasant conditions stick around Monday with a cool start in the low 60s. Afternoon highs will bounce back into the 80s, but it will still feel nice with lots of sunshine.
It’s still seasonably warm this Memorial Day weekend, but a cold front is making it feel a bit more pleasant. Saturday saw quite a few clouds and even a spotty storm or two as a frontal boundary pushed through Southeast Louisiana and the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
For most, another hot and humid day is on tap with high temperatures near 90°. Some showers and storms may develop after lunchtime and briefly cool a few folks down. The good news is that Saturday looks a little drier...
Today will be another warm and sunny one with highs climbing to around 90. Little, if any, rain is expected for the rest of the week. There’s only a small chance for a stray shower or storm.A cold front in the area will spark higher rain and storm chances during the day Saturday.