Posted: Aug 12, 2014 6:19 AM by Meteorologist Josh Eachus
Partly sunny skies may give way to a spotty shower or thunderstorm during the afternoon hours. While the Monday batch stabilized the atmosphere a bit, a cold front moving into warm, moist South Louisiana air may certainly trigger a shower as the front rolls through. As winds shift northwesterly with the front, highs should settle a little lower than Monday in the lower 90s.
Overnight, skies will clear from northwest to southeast with thermometers holding in the low 70s. A slight drop in humidity is possible.