Our next cold front will arrive on Sunday, bringing rain and a few thunderstorms to CenLa. The system is currently causing severe weather for much of the Midwest region, but luckily it is expected to weaken before heading our way. Widespread severe weather is not in the forecast, but there is definitely a chance that we could see a few isolated severe thunderstorms. The biggest threat from these storms would be heavy rains and strong winds, although the possibility of an isolated tornado can not be completely ruled out. The best chance for rain will be in the afternoon and early evening hours, although the day will be all-around dreary. We'll see a few showers continue overnight and into Monday morning.
After the front gets out of the area, we'll cool off a bit to start the work week. By Tuesday morning, low temperatures will drop into the middle 50's, with high temperatures in the lower 80's. We'll have an additional front move through on Wed/Thu. This front doesn't look like it will bring us quite as much rain, but it will bring us cooler temperatures than the first front. In fact, by next Friday and Saturday we'll drop into the upper 40's for low temperatures! We'll also get some relief from those warm afternoon temperatures...warming only to near 80 degrees. Enjoy!