Less humid air returns to Southeast Louisiana

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Posted on February 22, 2013 at 2:12 PM

Updated today at 12:39 PM

Dave Nussbaum/WWLTV Meteorologist

The cold front is now stalling along the Louisiana Coastal Parishes.  Drier air is already filtering in behind the front across the Northshore and parts of the Southshore.  Be sure to get out and enjoy it!  We will have partly cloudy skies with highs around 90 this afternoon.

There will be some "cooler" weather tonight on the Northshore, but it will remain pretty warm on the Southshore.  Lows north of the lake will be around the mid 60s and south of the lake in the mid 70s with mostly clear skies.

The front will remain stationary along the coast on Wednesday, so the less humid air will stay over Southeast Louisiana for one more day.  We will have partly cloudy skies with only a slight chance for a coastal shower.  Highs will be around 90. 

The front will slowly drift back to the north on Thursday.  This will increase the humidity and will bring us a few showers (20% chance).  Highs will stay in the 90s. 

More active weather arrives on Friday and lasts through the weekend.  This is all due to a few disturbances moving in from Texas and riding along the stalled front.  Each day will have scattered showers and thunderstorms (40-50% chance).  Some of the rain could be heavy at times too.  Highs will be around 90 and lows in the 70s. 

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