SYNOPSIS... High pressure will be dominating the forecast the rest of the week, aside from a cold front that will only pass northeastern Central Louisiana on Wednesday night. A warming trend is in the works the rest of the week with more moisture and humidity returning to the forecast by late week and into the Palm Sunday weekend.
TUESDAY NIGHT... Cooling off into the 50s by the 10pm hour. Perfect night for cookouts or any evening plans you may have! Mostly sunny skies early, turning mostly clear into the evening hours. Breezy, with northwest winds of 4-16 mph.
WEDNESDAY MORNING... Chilly temperatures in the 40s. Have the layers on your way back to work and school! Mostly clear skies early, turning mostly sunny throughout the rest of the morning. Light northwest winds of 2-12 mph.
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON... Temperatures topping out in the upper 60s to lower 70s. Mostly sunny skies. Breezy, northwest winds of 4-16 mph. Not expected to be as windy with the pressure gradient relaxing a bit and high pressure dominating the forecast.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT/THURSDAY MORNING... Chilly temperatures in the 40s. Clear skies. Winds shifting from the northwest to the east-southeast at 2-12 mph into Thursday morning as the southerly flow returns to the forecast on Thursday.
THURSDAY AFTERNOON... Temperatures topping out in the upper 60s to mid 70s. Mostly sunny skies. Light south-southeast winds of 2-12 mph as the high pressure system skirts off to our east and southeast.
-Weathercaster Tyler Hall
|Today's Normal High||72|
|Today's Normal Low||49|
|Record High Temp/Year||91/1907|
|Record Low Temp/Year||25/1923|
|Sunrise This Morning||7:14 AM|
|Sunset Tonight||7:21 PM|
|Month to Date Precipitation/Month's Normal||3.26/3.24|
|Year to Date Precipitation/YTD Normal||18.40/12.92|