SYNOPSIS... A strong surface cold front will push through Central Louisiana on Saturday night; leading to a cooler and drier Sunday!
SATURDAY EVENING... Warm and muggy. Temperatures dipping into the 70s through the 10 pm hour. Mostly cloudy skies. Windy, with west-southwest winds of 5-20 mph, with gusts of 30 or more possible. Scattered (60%) showers and t-storms are very likely during the evening; with some of these t-storms possibly turning severe.
SATURDAY NIGHT INTO SUNDAY MORNING... Turning cooler on the back end of our frontal passage! Temperatures bottoming out in the middle 50s to the lower 60s. Mostly cloudy skies early on turning to partly cloudy skies. Winds shifting from the west to the north overnight; becoming light by Sunday morning at 2-8 mph. Scattered (60%) showers and t-storms possible through midnight or so; leading to drying out conditions (0%).
SUNDAY AFTERNOON... Not as warm! Temperatures rising into the middle 70s to the lower 80s. Partly to mostly cloudy skies. North-northeast winds of 2-12 mph. A stray (10%) shower or sprinkle is possible on Sunday afternoon/evening.
SUNDAY NIGHT INTO MONDAY MORNING... Temperatures bottoming out in the middle 50s to the lower 60s. Partly to mostly cloudy skies. East-northeast winds of 2-8 mph. A stray (10%) shower or sprinkle overnight into Monday morning remains possible.
MONDAY AFTERNOON... Temperatures rising into the lower 70s to the lower 80s. Mostly cloudy skies. Breezy, with east-northeast winds of 2-8 mph, turning to the south-southwest at 5-15 mph, with gusts of 20 or more possible. Scattered (60%) showers and t-storms are possible, with some of these t-storms possibly turning severe especially later on Monday.
-Forecaster Tyler Hall
|Today's Normal High||74|
|Today's Normal Low||50|
|Record High Temp/Year||92/1907|
|Record Low Temp/Year||30/1955|
|Sunrise This Morning||7:02 AM|
|Sunset Tonight||7:27 PM|
|Month to Date Precipitation/Month's Normal||5.10/4.60|
|Year to Date Precipitation/YTD Normal||18.27/14.28|