NEW ORLEANS — It's a warm and humid Monday with scattered showers.
A cold front will cross our area this afternoon and evening. This will spark some showers and a few thunderstorms. Rain could be heavy at times, so we'll need to watch for localized street flooding.
Temperatures will drop this afternoon and evening into the 60s with a breezy north wind.
Monday night turns cooler in the 50s with lingering showers.
The cold front will stall near our coast, and a low pressure area will ride eastward along the front. This set-up will keep showers over us Monday night and through the day Tuesday.
Temperatures Tuesday will stay in the 50s. It will be a cool and rainy day with showers ending by evening.
Rain totals could be an inch or more for many of us, but we're not expecting severe weather or widespread flooding issues. There will be breaks in the rain.
We dry out with clearing skies Wednesday and Thursday.
A front could move through with less rain Friday into Saturday.
Morning fog, then mostly cloudy and mild with a 70% chance for scattered showers and some storms especially by afternoon/evening. High: 78. Wind NE 8-15 mph.
Cloudy and cooler with a 100% chance for showers, ending late in the day. A bit breezy. Low: S 57, N 52. High: 64. Wind E/NE 8-15 mph.
Becoming partly cloudy. Mild and pleasant. Low: S 48, N 42. High: 63.
Mostly sunny and pleasant. Low: S 49, N 43. High: 67.
Mostly cloudy and mild with a 20% chance for showers. Low: S 50, N 45. High: 64.
Partly cloudy and comfortable with a 20% chance for a shower. Low: S 51, N 47. High: 64.
Mostly sunny and pleasant. Low: S 49, N 43. High: 66.