Alexandra Cranford - WWL-TV Meteorologist
A few storms will sweep across Louisiana and Mississippi overnight. A few of these could skirt near our area from about 2 a.m. to 4 a.m. The Storm Prediction Center has placed our area at a slight risk of severe weather, since a couple of the storms could bring strong wind gusts and some hail.
Any overnight storm activity should finish before the Monday morning commute.
Patchy fog could be around for Monday morning. It'll be a warm and humid day with a bit of a south breeze and some spotty showers. A cold front will approach from the west late in the day and move through by evening/night.
Cooler, drier air rushes for Tuesday to give us some very nice weather for the middle and end of the week. High pressure will keep things dry and nice.
As the high pressure drifts to our east at the end of the week, south winds will return to warm us up for next weekend.
Mostly cloudy and mild with a 40% chance for overnight showers or storms which could be strong. Patchy fog late. Lows around 66. Wind S 5-10 mph.
Patchy fog early, then mostly cloudy, a bit breezy and warm with a 20% chance for isolated showers. Highs around 84. Wind SW 8-15 mph.
Clearing and cool. Lows north of the lake around 55 and south around 60. Wind W 6-12 mph.
Mostly clear, windy and mild. Highs around 70. Wind NW 12-20 mph.
Clear and mild. Lows north of the lake around 43 and south around 50. Highs around 69.
Clear and mild. Lows north of the lake around 45 and south around 52. Highs around 72.
Clear, breezy and a little warmer. Lows north of the lake around 50 and south around 56. Highs around 77.
Partly cloudy and warm. Lows north of the lake around 57 and south around 62. Highs around 81.
Partly cloudy and warm with a 10% chance for a shower. Lows around 65. Highs around 82.