SYNOPSIS...Cloudy skies will be continuing across much of Louisiana limiting highs over the next couple of days. Then a strong arctic front will move through Wednesday night into Thursday morning. This front will bring cold air behind it sending many overnight temperatures well below freezing both Thursday and Friday night.
TONIGHT...Some clouds will remain around our region keeping overnight lows higher. Lows 45-49 with NE winds 1-5mph.
WEDNESDAY..Cloudy skies will stick around with some sun coming out in the afternoon. Highs 60-64 with E winds 3-8mph.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT...Rain chances increase as the cold front approaches with scattered showers (40% coverage) overnight. Lows 40-44 with NE winds 1-5mph.
THURSDAY...Showers expected to move through early in the morning with the cold front. This will bring down temperatures and cause gusty winds. Highs 46-50 with N winds 10-16mph and gusts of 19-24 possible.
-Meteorologist Adam Burniston