Most of the day on Friday was fine with just a few spotty storms staying mostly off shore, but stronger weather moves in overnight. Hold on to your umbrella just in case as it will be possible to run into a downpour through the evening hours. It continues to stay warm and muggy.
As strong storms and downpours continue to move out of the area, drier skies will prevail for the rest of your Thursday. It will be quite humid, and with some sunshine, very warm too. Highs will reach the mid 80s. A much stronger storm system arrives late Friday night and into Saturday.
The promised heat and humidity is settled across the region with dew points up around 70 degrees meaning there is plenty of moisture around to fuel showers. Most of the activity around today is fairly light and fast splash and dash variety.
Beautiful conditions stick around for Monday with plenty of sunshine, but it will be just a tad warmer with more humidity. Expect overnight lows to hold in the 50s for most with afternoon highs back in the 70s.
A Wind Advisory continues this morning. Winds will gust to and over 40 mph at times mainly around the lake and at the coast.It will be windy and much colder today, but at least it will be sunny. Temperatures will struggle to get out of the 50s for much of the day. The chilly weather will extend int
Most locations saw small rain totals with the cooler air moving in from northwest to the southeast. The temperatures overnight will be quite a bit cooler with lows a good 20 degrees lower in the upper 40s north of Lake Pontchartrain and 50s south.
After a foggy start with a few showers, today will be mostly cloudy and mild. Highs will reach the upper 70s. The weekend will start off cloudy and mostly dry, but temperatures could sneak into the 80s with any peeks of sun. A cold front approaches on Sunday but it looks pretty weak.
Warm, humid, and windy conditions are on tap today. A Wind Advisory will be in effect through 6 PM with gusts to and possibly over 40 MPH at times.In addition, a line of storms will blow through the area in the afternoon. A few storms could be severe.
Heavy rain and storms will continue to threaten the area today. A Flash Flood Watch is currently in effect and set to last through Thursday.The rain could become torrential at times, and street flooding is possible.
After a lovely weekend, we'll enjoy one more nice day! Expect highs in the mid-70s with mostly sunny skies today. Tuesday through Thursday, rounds of heavy rain and storms are likely. Flooding will be a concern with some of these downpours.
Expect a fantastic finish to the weekend! After a cool start, temperatures will warm into the low 70s Sunday afternoon with plenty of sunshine. Mostly sunny skies will continue Monday with highs reaching the mid 70s. Then, the weather takes a turn for the worse...
Northerly winds and mostly cloudy skies will keep temperatures on the chilly side today. Temperatures may struggle to reach 60 in spots. Inland areas may be a bit warmer on Saturday but areas around the Lake could stay in the 50s again. Sunday and Monday, ample sunshine will return to the forecast
Sunny skies are expected today with windy and cooler conditions. Highs will be mostly in the 60s which is below our typical high in the lower 70s. The mornings will feel a little chilly with lows in the 40s and 50s. Humidity will also stay low making for a more crisp feel in the air.
We will start warm, muggy, and breezy with a passing shower through the morning. By the afternoon, though, the atmosphere will become very favorable for thunderstorms. Some strong to severe storms are expected in the afternoon.
Warm moist air is firmly settled over the region with a few showers continuing into the evening hours. Tuesday we can expect similar coverage with lots of clouds and warm temperatures. Low temperatures will be well above the average of 53 in the upper 60s and 70s and highs in the 80s.
Some patchy fog possible this morning, then we’ll see a mix of sun and clouds. Highs will climb to around 80 degrees this afternoon. Tonight, temperatures will only fall off into 60s and it looks like we’ll be back near the 80-degree mark again Saturday.
A warm and breezy day is on tap with highs reaching near 80 degrees. Expect a mix of sun and clouds, but no chance for rain. Tonight, temperatures will fall into the 60s with some patchy fog possible for your Friday morning.
You'll notice a little more humidity around today as a southeasterly breeze continues. Temperatures will top out a little warmer this afternoon in the upper 70s to near 80. We'll see a mix of sun and clouds but no chance for rain, and that pattern continues through the rest of the workweek.
A nice stretch of weather continues into the end of the week, but although we are keeping plenty of blue sky around it feels a little less comfortable. Temperatures overnight will not be as chilly with rising dew points into the 50s.
We have a really nice day on tap! Sunny skies to start with a few clouds mixing in by the afternoon. High temperatures will rise into the low to mid 70s.Wednesday, we will start to feel the humidity and it will continue increasing through the end of the week.
After a spectacular weekend we can expect the trend of pleasant conditions to continue. Monday morning will be the coolest of this latest stretch with overnight lows in the mid to upper 30s across the region.