NEW ORLEANS — More dense fog has settled in this Saturday night. Watch for low visibility of a quarter-mile or less from until roughly 9 a.m. Sunday. Fog will end Sunday morning as temperatures rise fairly quickly.
After morning fog ends, enjoy a pleasant and warmer Sunday. Skies should clear, and temperatures will warm well into the 70s.
Monday starts with more patchy fog, then it will be a mostly cloudy, warm and breezy day ahead of a cold front.
Rain associated with the front will sweep in Monday late Monday evening and overnight. A few strong to severe storms will be possible especially farther north of the lake. Rain totals look like about an inch or less.
Rain will have mainly finished by early Tuesday morning. The rest of Tuesday brings clearing skies and a north breeze as temperatures stay in the 50s through the afternoon.
Clear and chilly weather continues Wednesday and Thursday. A light freeze will be possible north of the lake those mornings, while the Southshore may reach upper 30s for morning lows. Highs will stay in the 50s.
Dense fog expected, partly cloudy and cool. Lows: S 53, N 49. Winds: SE 3-8 mph.
Chilly and foggy morning, then becoming warmer and more humid. Turning breezing late. High: 77. Winds: S 8-15 mph.
Warm, humid, stormy late. 80% chance for showers and storms especially late overnight. A few strong to severe storms possible. Breezy. Low: S 64, N 59. High: 81. Winds: S 10-18 mph.
20% morning rain chance, then rain ends. Much colder, breezy, clearing skies. Low: S 48, N 44. High: 55. Winds: N 10-18 mph.
A cold morning, light freeze North, West. Breezy early, then winds diminish. Sunny skies! Low: S 38, N 31. High: 54.
Morning light freeze North, West. Mostly sunny. Chilly. Low: S 38, N 30. High: 58.
A chilly morning. Increasing clouds. 20% chance for showers. Turning a little warmer, a bit more humid. Low: S 46, N 40. High: 66.
A chilly morning, 20% chance for showers. Cooler afternoon, breezy, becoming mostly clear. Low: S 47, N 42. High: 58.