SYNOPSIS...Through early this week, central Louisiana will be located between a massive high pressure ridge aloft over the western Atlantic Ocean and eastern United States and a large trough aloft over the western United States. This pattern will produce a strong southerly wind and send thermometers to near record high levels.
TONIGHT...Partly cloudy to mostly cloudy and mild. Lows 57-63. South wind 5-12 mph.
MONDAY MORNING...Overcast with areas of fog and possible drizzle. SSE wind 6-14 mph.
MONDAY AFTERNOON...Clouds mixing with sunshine. Windy with near record warmth. Highs 77-83. South wind 10-20 mph with gusts to 30 mph.
MONDAY NIGHT...Mostly cloudy and unseasonably warm with lows 61-67. SSE wind 8-16 mph.
TUESDAY...Mostly cloudy, windy, and very warm. Highs 78-84. South wind 12-22 mph with gusts to 35 mph. There remains a 30% chance of showers and possibly a t-storm.
-Meteorologist Tom Konvicka
|Today's Normal High||64|
|Today's Normal Low||42|
|Record High Temp/Year||81/1996|
|Record Low Temp/Year||19/1910|
|Sunrise This Morning||6:48 AM|
|Sunset Tonight||6:00 PM|
|Month to Date Precipitation/Month's Normal||3.92/2.83|
|Year to Date Precipitation/YTD Normal||8.60/8.05|