Vote: Is rain going to stop you from hitting the parade route?


Parades affected: Endymion, Isis

A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for SELouisianauntil 9pm Saturday.

The chance of thunderstorms has diminished, but scattered showers or light rain will continue for the evening. What parade-goers will notice most from here-out is that it will continue to be windy and becoming cooler with temperatures falling through the 50s, so you will need to bundle up on the parade route.


Parades affected: None

Behind Saturday's front, it will be chilly and windy with clearing skies Sunday. Lows will be 50s south of the lake and 40s north. Highs will struggle to reach 60, but the winds will make it feel colder all day.


Parades affected: None

For Lundi Gras, during the day it'll be partly cloudy, and during the evening, it will be dry and cool for evening parades.Highs will be in the mid 60s with evening temperatures in the 50s.


Parades affected: None expected

Mardi Gras, we'll seeclouds & sunshinewith only a slim shower chance. Parade temperatures during the day will warm from the 70s.

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