Nice weekend, warm & humid next week
Tonight: Expect mostly clear skies. Not as cool as last night, with lows in the upper 50s to low 60s.
Tomorrow: You may need a very light jacket in the morning, but you will definitely not need it in the afternoon. We'll see plenty of sunshine on Sunday with high temperatures in the mid to upper 80s.
Looking Ahead: The forecast into next week includes above average temperatures and daily chances for showers or even a thunderstorm beginning on Monday. Highs will be in the mid to upper 80s through at least Friday. Right now, the best chance for seeing rain in your backyard is on Thursday and Friday, but rain coverage does not look to exceed 40 - 50%. There is no significant cool down expected over the next seven days. Our next shot at cool, fall air, may not arrive until the following week.
We're currently tracking two areas in the tropics. One feature is 500 miles southeast of Bermuda, that is very likely to become a subtropical depression or storm by the end of the weekend. Thankfully, this system will stay over the open waters of the Atlantic.
The second feature we are watching is in the southwestern Caribbean. No tropical development is expected over the next few days, but this area is likely to become more 'disturbed' mid-late next week. As more showers and thunderstorms begin to develop in this region, we could begin to see gradual development. Model guidance are in good agreement in something tropical developing late next week, but it is too early to specify where it will likely go after.
-- Meteorologist Jake Dalton
The WBRZ Weather Team is here for you, on every platform. Your weather updates can be found on News 2, and the WBRZ WX App. on Apple and Android devices. Follow WBRZ Weather on Facebook and Twitter for even more weather updates while you are on the go.
Desktop NewsClick to open Continuous News in a sidebar that updates in real-time.
As cases increase healthcare workers see more people getting tested due to...
Schools face harsh penalties if new COVID-19 restrictions aren't followed
Shooting in Baker leaves two injured, says police
Prosecutors fire back after corrections officer claims she was raped by inmate
One child dies in overnight fire, 2 others in critical condition
Port Allen advances to 2nd round after huge win over Pine
U High has no problems with Evangel Christian in first round
Belaire making 1st playoff appearance in 17 years Friday
Southeastern women blow out Alcorn State on opening day of college basketball...
Can Taysom Hill continue his success for the Saints?; Fantasy Focus with...