There is a Ridge of High Pressure that is anchored over much of the Southeastern U.S. and continuing to slide to the East. A LPS (Low Pressure System) is North of the New England. A cold front is stretched through the GLR and Ohio River Valley and into the Southern & Central Plains. This front is slow moving and will continue to bring a Likely chance for ran to affected areas.
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A ridge of High Pressure is anchored over our region and will continue to influence conditions in Central Louisiana through midweek. This pressure will begin to start breaking down on Friday as it moves to the East. Until then, expect a mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies with low rain chances and seasonably warm temperatures. Overnight we could see another round for patchy AM fog/haze that will burn off early. Another LPS will develop in the Central Plains and move into our area bringing with it, a good chance for rain. This will be during the weekend.
For the rest of the day
Expect mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies with warmer conditions. Highs will climb to the upper 80's and lower 90's. Expect muggy conditions with a light to moderate wind out of the South. (There will not be enough moisture + heat for significant Heat Index values.) Overnight, lows will drop into the 60's and be comfortable with patchy fog developing throughout the early morning hours (Before Sunrise).
For the rest of the 7day planner
A mix of sunshine and some cloud cover with warm temperatures will continue through Thursday. Then we will begin to see gradually increasing clouds, rising rain chances and falling temperatures. All of this will be in advance of an approaching cold front. This front will move through during the weekend and bring a good chance for showers and thunderstorms.
TODAY...Early fog that will be dense in some areas. Otherwise, mostly sunny and warm. Highs 86-923. S/SE wind 2-10 mph.
to partly cloudy and mild. Lows 63-69s. SE wind 2-8mph, becoming calm.
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