It’s down south for today’s forecast. Just an FYI, starting tomorrow, there will be a more regular schedule, at least from me, when it comes to forecast times. Generally between 8-10pm every day (save for Friday and Saturday), you will see all the posts showing up, forecasts, road trips, whatever. Ok, here is one last Ryan forecast at 1AM.
At 1253AM, CT, Monroe was reporting a temperature of 78 degrees with clear skies. There was a well entrenched area of high pressure parked over the lower Mississippi Valley, which is making for some clear skies. There was a midlevel trough to the southeast, producing some high topped clouds over the southern part of the state.
As a weak wave ripples through the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes on Monday, expect a return to southerly flow across the Louisiana Coast, which will lead to coastal showers and storms. The storms will fail to reach all the way to northern Louisiana, however, and only some soupier dew points are expected. The clear skies will lead to outrageously warm temperatures.
Tomorrow – Sunny, High 98, Low 75
Monday – Partly cloudy, humid, High 98, Low 79
TWC: Tomorrow – Partly cloudy, High 99, Low 77
Monday – Mostly Sunny, High 99, Low 78
AW: Tomorrow – Sunny to partly cloudy and hot High 98, Low 75
Monday – Mostly sunny High 99, Low 76
NWS: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny and hot, High 98, Low 77
Monday – Sunny and hot High 98, Low 78
WB: Tomorrow – Partly cloudy. High 98, Low 77
Monday – Mostly sunny High 98, Low 78
WN: Tomorrow – Mostly Sunny High 99, Low 77
Monday – Mostly Sunny High 99, Low 79
FIO: Tomorrow – Clear throughout the day. High 98, Low 77
Monday – Clear throughout the day. High 97, Low 79
Man, that is warm, and with dew points in the mid 70s, expect an extraordinarily uncomfortable pair of days in northern Louisiana.