Wednesday AM Forecast: Thanksgiving showers will lead into a chilly weekend
The short warm-up will be interrupted by a cold front on Thanksgiving!
Today & Tonight: After another chilly morning, temperatures will climb well into the 70s this afternoon and skies will be mostly sunny. Tonight temperatures will warmer with temperatures in the 50s.
Up Next: Thanksgiving Day will start out with temperatures in the 50s. Clouds will fill in in the morning and temperatures will climb into the 70s before the cold front gets here. Scattered showers will be in the area around noon. Showers will be on and off through the afternoon and evening hours, diminishing as they move southeast. Rainfall totals are expected to be less than one inch all together, but you may hit some rain driving to Thanksgiving dinner. Friday will start out with temperatures in the 40s. Friday afternoon will be mostly clear with temperatures in the upper 50s. Saturday morning will start with temperatures in the 30s and afternoon temperatures in the low 60s. Anyone headed to the LSU game, be sure to bundle up! Sunday may bring a stray shower with a few more clouds around, but we will be mostly dry and cool with temperatures in the mid-60s. Next week is looking clear and cool. Click here to see the 7-day forecast.
In the Tropics:
No developments expected for the next 5 days. The WBRZ Weather Team is watching the tropics around the clock and will bring you updates as they come. Click here to visit the Hurricane Center.
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