Sunday AM Forecast: A chilly day after overnight storms
Today is looking to be a chilly day because of a cold front that passed through in the overnight hours. Temperatures tonight will drop rather quickly, and some could see their first freeze of the season Monday morning.
Three homes were damaged during the overnight storms Saturday. Roofs were punctured or peeled away from homes along Frenchtown Road in Central. Read more here.
Today & Tonight: Our high temperature today is only going to top out around 58 degrees. It will also be windy, with winds out of the north at 15 mph. This will make for some decently chilly conditions throughout the day. By the afternoon and evening, there will be plentiful sunshine and no chance of rain. The first freeze of the season could happen tonight. This is most likely for areas just north of Baton Rouge.
Up Next: Temperatures on Monday will struggle to hit the 60's. There will also be completely sunny skies. Tuesday will feature slightly warmer temperatures, and a couple more clouds. These will be mainly high clouds. Some more lower level clouds will move into the area on Wednesday, making for mostly cloudy conditions. There might be some slight clearing on Thursday, before our next potential rain maker enters on Friday and Saturday. As always, this is still far out, and details on this next system are subject to change change.
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