New Orleans, Louisiana

As we head into the weekend, let’s take a look at how it’s shaping up for the Big Easy! Will it be a great weekend for tourists and residents alike? Or will vacation be spent indoors? Also, Summer officially started earlier this morning, hooray!

At 1053pm CDT, the temperature at New Orleans, LA was 83 degrees under fair skies. An occluded low is found over the Mid-MS River Valley, trailing a front through the Ohio Valley and down into the Deep South and Southern Plains. Some healthy thunderstorms are rolling through MS/AL ahead of the cold front, but this activity is expected to stay well north of the New Orleans area. The tail end of the front should remain north as it shifts east during the morning hours Friday, and much of the Eastern GOM/Gulf Coast looks to be quiet as the Bermuda High builds over the region. We can expect these fairly quiet conditions to extend into Saturday, with continued hot and muggy temperatures. Typical Summer conditions!

Friday: Mostly sunny. High 93, Low 78.
Saturday: Continued sunny and muggy. High 92, Low 77.

TWC: Friday: Partly cloudy. High 93, Low 77.
Saturday: Partly cloudy. High 92, Low 78.

AW: Friday: Partly sunny; delightful. High 91, Low 77.
Saturday: Partly sunny; humid. High 91, Low 78.

NWS: Friday: Partly sunny. High 92, Low 78.
Saturday: Mostly sunny. High 92, Low 78.

WB: Friday: Partly sunny. High 87, Low 79.
Saturday: Partly cloudy. High 88, Low 79.

WN: Friday: Partly cloudy. High 92, Low 78.
Saturday: Partly cloudy. High 92, Low 78.

FIO: Friday: Humid throughout the day and mostly cloudy until evening. High 89, Low 76.
Saturday: Partly cloudy until afternoon. High 90, Low 77.

All is quiet around the Central Gulf Coast tonight, while portions of the Deep South are seeing some potent thunderstorms. This quiet pattern looks to extend into the weekend!

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