SYNOPSIS... Thanks to increasing cloud cover, daytime heating and tropical moisture from a tropical wave will allow for high rain chances and heat relief to kick off the new work week for Monday and Tuesday.
**Anywhere from 0.25-2.00" of rainfall the next 2 days, with isolated spots seeing 2.00" or more due to tropical moisture from the tropical wave.**
MONDAY... Patches of fog are possible. Partly to mostly cloudy early, followed by mostly cloudy skies throughout the afternoon and evening hours. Scattered rain showers and thunderstorms (50-80%) are likely due to lots of tropical moisture streaming into Louisiana, especially in southern Cenla parishes. Highs struggling in the 80s. Humid. Windy, with southeast winds of 6-20 mph, with gusts of up to 40 mph possible at times.
MONDAY NIGHT... Mostly cloudy skies. Isolated rain showers (20%) are possible. Lows bottoming out to around 71. Muggy. Breezy, with east-southeast winds of 2-14 mph.
TUESDAY... Patches of fog are possible. Mostly cloudy skies. Scattered rain showers and thunderstorms (60%) are likely due to lots of tropical moisture continuing to stream in. Highs struggling in the 80s. Humid. Breezy, with east-southeast winds of 4-16 mph, with stronger wind gusts possible near t-storms.
TUESDAY NIGHT... Mostly cloudy skies. Isolated rain showers (20%) are possible. Lows bottoming out to around 72. Muggy. East-southeast winds of 2-10 mph.
-Weathercaster Tyler Hall
|Today's Normal High||91|
|Today's Normal Low||70|
|Record High Temp/Year||104/1918|
|Record Low Temp/Year||56/1917|
|Sunrise This Morning||6:05 AM|
|Sunset Tonight||8:16 PM|
|Month to Date Precipitation/Month's Normal||1.69/2.61|
|Year to Date Precipitation/YTD Normal||126.96.36.199|