Rain gear needed throughout the weekend
Tonight and Tomorrow: While most of the rain has begun to wind down this evening, a pop-up shower or storm will remain possible overnight into Sunday morning. Lows will be around 70. Tomorrow, expect a return of showers and thunderstorm with coverage around 70%. Highs will be around 83.
An area of low pressure tracking through north Louisiana will drive more moisture and warm air into south Louisiana tomorrow with showers and thunderstorms expected through out the day. Plan to have the rain gear nearby. A few thunderstorms could be on the strong side with the potential for heavy rain, gusty winds, and frequent lightning. A cold front will move through early in the morning on Monday and dry us out.
-- Meteorologist Jake Dalton
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