Fair weather today – Luck Friday and storms Saturday

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Fair weather today – Luck Friday and storms Saturday

Fair weather today – Luck Friday and storms Saturday



GIVE US HOPEFUL TIME FOR THIS WEEKEND FOR GALAS LIKE THIS HERE. DO WHAT I CAN FOR YOU NOW. LOOKING OUTSIDE, STILL FANTASTIC AS YOU CAN SEE HERE, THIS BEAUTIFUL VIEW ALL THE WAY THROUGH. THERE IS SUPER SUPERDOME SEAS AS WE ENTER IN THE AFTERNOON WE WILL SEE LIGHT WINDS. OF COURSE WE STILL WATCH 68 DEGREES RIGHT NOW IN NEW ORLEANS. BUT WE’LL GET THOSE 70S INTO THE PICTURE RIGHT NOW. WE MAKE THE HEADLINES FOR YOU WHEN A WONDERFUL TIME IS AHEAD FOR YOU. WE WILL ALSO SEE A LITTLE TRANSITION TOMORROW WHERE WE INCREASE CLOUD COVER OVER YOU THEN WE WILL SEE YOU IN THE EVENING. THE POTENTIAL OF A LITTLE RAIN, JUST ABOUT A 10% CHANCE, ESPECIALLY BRUSHES THE COAST ALSO. AND THEN KIND OF SETTING UP IN AREAS BY BATON ROUGE, MAYBE RISE A LITTLE HIGHER IN AREAS BY BELLE CHASE ON SATURDAY. WELL WE HAVE SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY. IT’S A CHANCE OF ABOUT 70% AND WE WILL GET INTO THIS RIGHT NOW. BUT HERE’S A LOOK AT THIS RAIN. THAT’S WHERE IT’S GOING TO COME FROM OUTSIDE TEXAS. YOU CAN SEE SOME OF IT IN NORTHWEST TWO. AGAIN, FOR TEXAS AND THEN WORKING ITS WAY THROUGH THE REGION. THIS COLD FRONT WILL FINALLY SWEEP THROUGH OUR REGION AS WE ENTER SATURDAY. BUT UNTIL THIS, STILL AS I PUT IT THERE I DON’T KNOW WHY I PUT IT ON MONDAY, BUT IT’S SUPPOSED TO BE FRIDAY, THAT’S WHAT WE’RE LOOKING AT HERE. WE LOOK FOR WARM CONDITIONS WITH COOL CONDITIONS FOR US. SOME RAIN STREAMING THROUGH TEXAS AND EVENTUALLY THROUGH WESTERN PORTIONS OF LOUISIANA ENDING IN OUR AREA. SEVERE WEATHER OUTLOOK FOR SATURDAY, THE POSSIBILITY OF THIS IS STILL NOT OUT OF THE QUESTION. THE RISK OF THUNDERSTORMS IS LOW BECAUSE THIS COLD FRONT PASSES WITH A ZONE OF LOW PRESSURE ASSOCIATED WITH IT. WE WILL ENTER THERE. TEMPERATURES FOR TODAY WILL REACH AROUND 74.75 DEGREES. WE START VERY COOL. THEN WE WILL GO INTO SOFTNESS, THEN WE GO FULLY IN THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING. HOURS WILL BE HELD AT 630. WE WILL STILL ENTER THE 60S AND THEN DIVE AT LEAST INTO THE LOW 60S TO OVER 50S. YOU CAN SEE ON THE NORTH SHORE. IT WILL THEREFORE BE A LITTLE COOLER, COLD AT THE END OF THE NIGHT HOURS, YOU WILL SEE A LITTLE CLOUD COVER ALSO INTRODUCE. ON FRIDAY WE ADD THE CLOUDS. WE WILL REACH AT LEAST PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES IN THE LATE MORNING THEN IN THE AFTERNOON WE WILL ENTER MAINLY CLOUDY CONDITIONS. YOU SEE BY 03:00 TEMPERATURES HOVER AROUND 78 DEGREES FOR US. YOU WILL SEE MORE THAN 70 LOW TO MEDIUM ON THE NORTH SHORE. BUT HERE IS THE RAIN. SIGN UP ON FRIDAY, BRUSH AREAS THROUGH HOME AS I MENTIONED, GALLIANO ALL THE WAY TO THE COAST, PORT FOURCHON AND THAT AS WELL AS PORTIONS THROUGH BOOTHVILLE AND BURAS PICKING UP A LITTLE RAIN THERE. WE ARE EXPECTING RAIN FOR FRIDAY. WE’RE GOING THROUGH SATURDAY AND WE’LL GET A LOOK AT IT WITH THE COLD FRONT APPROACHING AS WE PASS THE MORNING HOURS, SWEEPING THROUGH AGAIN. NOW THIS PATTERN CURRENTLY SHOWS THAT MOST OF THE RAIN IS DIRECTED TO THE NORTH SHORE. OTHER PATTERNS SHOW IT GIVING IT WILL INTENSIFY AROUND NEW ORLEANS, WORKING ACROSS THE SOUTH SHORE THEN WORKING NORTH AND UP AND OUT OF THE AREA, AS YOU CAN SEE, CONTINUE THROUGH NEW ORLEANS THEN BACK TO THE NORTH SHORE WITH HEAVIER RAINS, THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY. IT CONTINUES TO SWEEP THE AREA, 1:00, 2:00, 3:00. IT PASSES OUR FRONT PASSAGE AREA THEN UP AND OUT IT GOES AND WE ENTER SOME MORE CLEARANCE TO FINISH THE AFTERNOON, POSSIBLY WITH A LITTLE ADDITIONAL SUN FOR YOU. AND OF COURSE WE ARE TALKING PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES, ABOUT TWO AND A HALF INCHES TO ABOUT THREE INCHES OF RAIN, PROBABLY FOR OUR WETTER LOCATIONS HERE IN THE SOUTHEAST. THE LOUISIANA REGION HERE FOR THE RAIN. BUT NEXT WE TAKE A LOOK HERE AS WE’RE GETTING REALLY FAST, WE’RE GOING TO TAKE A LOOK AT WHAT’S COOKING THERE. WE FOLLOW THE TROPICS. WE HAVE A FEW ARTICLES TO CONSULT. THEY WILL NOT AFFECT US HERE. BUT JUST WANT TO LET YOU KNOW, OVER THE NEXT FEW DAYS IT WILL BE CLOSER AND CLOSER TO AREAS OF HONDURAS AND EVENTUALLY THIS ONE OF BERMUDA WILL SEE HOW IT ENDS FOR THE NEXT DAYS. WE ARE LOOKING FOR THE 70S TO END THE WEEKEND ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY WITH RAINS ON SATURDAY AND SOME THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY ON SUNDAY FOR THE SAINTS ON SUNDAY. WE ARE LOOKING AGAIN AT A VERY NICE DAY. HALLOWEEN LOOKS VERY GORGEOUS TOO. PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES BECOMING AT LEAST CLEAR SKIES AS WE GET

Fair weather today – Luck Friday and storms Saturday

Fair weather today – Luck Friday and storms Saturday

Cool start for a Thursday afternoon in October (68° NOLA at 1 p.m.), but mild conditions are expected for the rest of the day. Tonight and tonight, clear skies and star/planetary viewing opportunities for people. Don’t forget to bring your jacket – cool to cold conditions will prevail. Friday, a clear sky begins the day with temperatures of 48-57° in the early morning. Clouds increase throughout the day to become mostly cloudy. Mild to warm local temperatures of 76-81° and gusty winds at 15 mph. 10% chance of rain — mostly near the coast. Precipitation from 4:00 p.m. to about 11:00 p.m. for Friday early and late evening. On Saturday, forecast models have a cold front sweeping across southeast Louisiana around mid-morning. Isolated rain showers ahead of the front will develop over eastern Orleans Parish and the Mississippi Coast by mid-morning – with more continuing through late morning. Again, the front crosses the Northshore and South Shore regions from late morning until late afternoon. The heaviest rain is expected to occur around mid-afternoon before the cold front. Clear skies to follow behind the front passage. Saturday rain forecast (0.25 to 3.00 inches) TROPICS: We are tracking two areas of interest: 1). In the southwest Atlantic with a 40% chance of development in 2 to 5 days. a patchy area, showers and thunderstorms will meander just west of Bermuda, then eventually track north into cooler waters briefly before weakening. 2) Eastern Caribbean Sea: An area of ​​low pressure is expected form over the eastern Caribbean Sea this weekend. Possibly due to the absorption of an old depression that had some residual instability in this area. Environmental conditions are favorable for gradual development, and a tropical depression could form next week before or after this disturbance. reaches the center of the Caribbean while heading towards Central America. These disturbances are not a threat to Louisiana.

Cool start for a Thursday afternoon in October (68° NOLA at 1 p.m.), but mild conditions are expected for the rest of the day. Tonight and tonight, clear skies and star/planetary viewing opportunities for people. Don’t forget to bring your jacket – cool to cold conditions will prevail.

Friday, a clear sky begins the day with temperatures of 48-57° in the early morning. Clouds increase throughout the day to become mostly cloudy. Mild to warm local temperatures of 76-81° and gusty winds at 15 mph. 10% chance of rain — mostly near the coast. Precipitation from 4:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. approximately for Friday in the early and late evening.

On Saturday, forecast models have a cold front sweeping across southeast Louisiana around mid-morning. Isolated rain showers ahead of the front will develop over eastern Orleans Parish and the Mississippi Coast by mid-morning – with more continuing through late morning. Again, the front crosses the Northshore and South Shore regions from late morning until late afternoon. The heaviest rain is expected to occur around mid-afternoon before the cold front. Clear skies to follow behind the front passage.

Saturday rain forecast (.25-3.00″ inches)

TROPICS:
We follow two areas of interest:
1). In the South West Atlantic with a 40% chance of development in 2 to 5 days. a patchy area, showers and thunderstorms will meander just west of Bermuda, then eventually track north briefly into cooler waters before weakening.

2). Eastern Caribbean Sea: An area of ​​low pressure is expected to form over the Eastern Caribbean Sea this weekend. Possibly due to the absorption of an old depression which had some residual instability in this area. Environmental conditions are favorable for gradual development and a tropical depression could form next week before or after this disturbance reaches the central Caribbean while moving towards Central America.

These disturbances are not a threat to Louisiana.

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