NEW ORLEANS — Another cold start with patchy frost, but this afternoon will be another nice one. Highs in the mid 60s with sunshine and a few passing high clouds. Sunday night will be another cold one with lows in the mid to mid to lower 40s south of the lake and mid to mid 30s north of the lake. A weak front will dissipate as it moves through Monday morning, so you won't notice this cold front. 

The remainder of the workweek includes a lot of sunshine with highs back into the 70s Tuesday through Thursday. By Friday rain chances go up and that continues into Saturday as a cold front moves in. We'll have to watch for a few t-storms on Saturday. 

BONUS: The Leonid Meteor Shower peaks Sunday night. The best time to view it will be around midnight since the moon will be just below the horizon. Don't expect too many meteors. At its peak you could see about 10-15 per hour. It also helps if you get out of the city away from light pollution. 

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A cold  morning. Mostly sunny skies. Nice! High: 65. Winds: N 5-10 mph.


Clear and cold. Low: S 44, N 37. Winds: NW 3-8 mph.


Mostly sunny skies. Very pleasant! High: 67. Winds: NW 5-10 mph.


Sunny and mild. Low: S 49, N 42. High: 71.


Mostly sunny and mild. Low: S 52, N 45. High: 75.


Partly cloudy. Bit more humid. Low: S 58, N 53. High: 78.


Mostly cloudy. 30% chance for spotty showers. Low: S 62, N 58. High: 77.


Mostly cloudy. 30% chance for spotty showers. Low: S 57, N 54. High 65.

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