Partly sunny skies will be offered up through the middle portion of your Monday. Some of that early sunshine will bump thermometers back to the upper 80s and low 90s while humidity stays elevated. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will begin to develop around the lunch hour and become more numerous by mid-afternoon. Heavy downpours and frequent lightning will be possible as slow moving showers rain themselves out. Like the weekend, some locations will gather measurable rain, others will not. Overall, rain coverage for Southeast Louisiana and Southern Mississippi will be around 50%.
Save for a lingering shower tonight, it will be partly cloudy and muggy with a low in the low 70s.
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