By: Meteorologist Ryan Davidson
An intense line of showers will move Eastward today, covering much of Southeast Louisiana in rain by midday. Rain will gradually subside into the overnight leaving clouds behind.
TODAY: Isolated showers becoming widespread by the late morning, a few rumbles of thunder are likely. Highs in the middle 60s. No severe weather through the next 3 days.
TONIGHT: Temperatures will drop to the middle 40s as rain tapers off.
WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY: Daytime highs in the lower 50s and upper 40s with clouds and scattered showers ending by Thursday afternoon. Overnight lows will drop from the lower 40s to the upper 30s by Thursday morning.
FRIDAY-TUESDAY: Clouds will gradually clear through Friday evening becoming clear and sunny by Saturday morning. Daytime highs will be climbing from the middle 50s Friday to the middle 60s Monday and Tuesday. Overnight lows will be starting out just barely freezing cold on Friday morning at 33 and then freezing Saturday morning at 32 and then climbing into the upper 30s and lower 40s by Tuesday morning.