After dense fog this morning and some sunshine for the midday hours, we'll see warmer, more humid Gulf Of Mexico air stream in for later today, bringing both clouds and humidity. In fact, showers and thunderstorms could return as early as tonight and tomorrow. By your Wednesday night, we'll include about a 40% chance of scattered rain and storms. That should last through early afternoon Thursday, as highs soar back into the sticky middle 80's. A brief lull in rainfall should slip in later Thursday into early Friday, only to give way to a 30% chance of pop-up showers and storms during the day on Friday, with plenty of humidity and highs back into the summery middle and upper 80's. Late Friday, a cold front will finally approach. Now, dependent on the speed of this front's passage, we'll either see a wetter or drier Halloween forecast.
Right now, it looks like our front is sluggish to get through. This should leave us with rain chances increasing by late Friday night and a 50% chance of showers and storms during the day on Saturday. By the time most kids head out trick-or-treating, there's still a 30% chance of leftover showers, but of course there's still several days to work on this forecast and many things can change.
Sunday, after a very early shower chance, much less humid weather, with sunshine and 70's, should push in to Southeastern Louisiana, lasting all the way into the new workweek,