The low pressure system that moved through CenLa is now well off to the east, but it is continuing to bring severe weather to more locations in the south including Georgia and the Carolinas.
Here is CenLa we've heard about many areas with storm damage. We can't say whether or not this damage was caused by a tornado, straight line winds, or any other phenomenon until the National Weather Service surveys the damage and completes their research. We should have word within the near future on what exactly caused this damage.
Tomorrow the high pressure ridge will move across Louisiana, bringing us a pleasant forecast. Thursday morning will be our coolest morning of the week, with lows at or below the freezing mark for most of CenLa. However, as we head into Thursday evening we'll begin to see clouds increase ahead of our next system. A cold front will move through on Friday, bringing showers and a few thunderstorms. This front won't be nearly as strong as yesterdays though.
Saturday and Sunday we'll see sunny skies and cool temperatures, but more rain moves into the forecast again as we head into the beginning of next week.