Mild end to November, and hurricane season
Another mild day for us today. Well above average for the end of November, but a few degrees short of any records. Today also marks the end of hurricane season. We made it! While it's not impossible to see a storm in December, it's very unlikely, especially given this quiet season.
Today, expect a foggy start, then an increase in clouds later this afternoon, and the chance of an isolated shower. Most of us will stay dry today, but a few, about 20% of us, will see some rain. Temperatures will reach the mid 70's this afternoon, and then a cold front, which has been stationary toward our west, will finally head our way. It will be slightly cooler than tonight than the past few nights, and a bit cooler tomorrow, but the real cool and dry air won't really be here until later tomorrow and into Wednesday.
As far as rain chances tomorrow, expect a slightly better chance of showers with this slow moving front. Those showers will continue into Wednesday morning, but things will clear up a bit later Wednesday afternoon and into the evening. Thursday through the weekend, expect clear skies and real (Louisiana) December weather.
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