NEW ORLEANS — DENSE FOG ADVISORY UNTIL 9 AM
Watch for fog through Friday morning, but expect more sunshine with a mix of clouds to return this afternoon. It's going to be a warm day with highs near 80 degrees...some of the warmest temperatures this year! A stray shower and rumble of thunder are possible, but most stay dry.
This weekend will be warm with highs in the low 80s on both Saturday and Sunday. Expect more fog during the morning hours and mostly cloudy skies during the afternoon. There could be one or two showers/t-storms, but most stay dry through the weekend.
Next week we'll see the stormy weather move into the Gulf Coast region. A cold front will try to reach us on Monday, but won't quite reach us. However, with enough moisture moving back in and showers and t-storms will be possible through Monday, especially late in the day.
Tuesday will likely be our rainiest. It will also be coolest with highs in the upper 60s. With no big troughs to come down and clear us out we'll likely stay mostly cloudy with some showers on Wednesday.
The trend looks like we'll start to dry out by Thursday with highs in the low 70s.
Partly to mostly cloudy. Warm, humid. Isolated shower. High: 81. Winds: S 6-12.
Partly to mostly cloudy. Very warm, humid. Isolated shower. Turning breezy. Low: S 64, N 63. High: 80.
Partly to mostly cloudy. Spotty showers. Very warm, humid. Breezy. Low: S 65, N 64. High: 81.
30% scattered showers and some storms. Warm early, then falling temps late. Breezy. Low: S 58, N 56. High: 73.
40% showers. Cloudy skies. Cooler, breezy. Low: S 52, N 48. High: 67.
Showers then clearing skies late. Mild, pleasant. Low: S 53, N 49. High: 71.
Mostly sunny. Warm, pleasant. Low: S 54, N 51. High: 71.