The repetitive weather pattern continues this week, with only subtle differences from yesterday.
Wednesday will be warm, hazy and humid with spotty showers in the area early. With the atmosphere a bit more stable than yesterday, fewer showers and storms are expected during the afternoon hours. Still, rain chances will be in the 30-40% range. That means that 30-40% of the geographical viewing area of Southeastern Louisiana and Southern Mississippi can expect to find rain. Most locations will top out in the lower 90s prior to any precipitation.
The nighttime hours will spell the end for showers but not the humidity. Lows will be in the mid-70s.
Tropical Storm Dolly made landfall in Mexico overnight, has weakened since coming inland and should degrade into a tropical depression and remnant low through the day. Elsewhere, the tropics are quiet.
You can get forecasts from Meteorologist Josh Eachus weekdays on 2une-In from 5-7am and News 2 at Noon from 12-1pm. Additionally, you can get the fastest and latest forecasts and weather news by checking in with wbrz.com/weather, connecting with Josh on Google+ and following him on Twitter.
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