Thursday PM Forecast: Showers continue this evening, turning chilly Friday
Passing showers will continue this evening, ending from west to east by midnight.
A few clouds will linger overnight, as temperatures drop into the low-mid 40s.
Friday afternoon will be partly cloudy and chilly with most only topping out in the upper 50s for high temperatures.
Get ready a cold start Saturday morning, with most dropping into the 30s. Temperatures will stay above freezing in the Baton Rouge metro, but a few locations north and east of Baton Rouge may flirt with a light freeze.
Majority of Saturday will be dry with increasing clouds. Then an upper level disturbance will move through bringing passing showers beginning Saturday evening, continuing through the pre-dawn hours of Sunday. Nothing overly active is expected, but rains could impact Saturday night in Death Valley.
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