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Hot With Near Record Highs This Week

The front will bring us slightly less humid air for 2 more days before the muggies return.

The trough of low pressure is over the eastern U.S. and a weak front remains over SE Louisiana today. We will have plenty of sunshine, a little less humid air and some coastal showers and storms. There is a cluster of storms over Oklahoma this morning and the will move SE into Louisiana later this afternoon. New Orleans and north will stay dry. The slightly drier air will help us to heat up into the mid to upper with the heat index 100-105. Tonight will be mostly clear and a little muggy with lows north in the lower 70s and south in the mid 70s.  

The front will stay over us on Thursday and that will keep it a little less humid with more sunshine. We will stay unseasonably hot with high temperatures in the mid 90s. 

The front will lift north on Friday and that will slowly increase the humidity across SE Louisiana. We will be partly cloudy with a few showers and storms mainly along the coast. High temperatures stay in the mid 90s.

Weekend Outlook: Hot and humid weather is on tap all weekend. Saturday and Sunday will be partly cloudy with the sea breeze setting off a few showers and storms each day. High temperatures will be in the lower to mid 90s.

Eye on the Tropics: Isaias is over eastern Canada and is no longer a tropical system. 

We are also watching Invest 94 located just south of Bermuda. It is poorly organized and battling plenty of dry air as it drifts to the SW. NHC is giving it a low chance to develop into a tropical system. It will remain SW of Bermuda for the next few days. This is not a threat to the Gulf of Mexico.

There are a number of tropical waves coming off Africa. They will be worth watching as the models are trying to develop a few of them over the next few weeks. It is that time of year, the Cabo Verde Season, where we look for storm to develop near the Cabo Verde Islands and track to the west. 

Elsewhere...the rest of the tropics are quiet. 

For more information and a more detailed analysis of the system a few other areas we're watching Click here.

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Detailed Forecast:

TODAY:

Plenty of sun, hot and not as humid with a 20% chance for a coastal shower or storm. Highs: 96, heat index 100-105. Wind N 5-10 mph.

TONIGHT:

Mostly clear and not too muggy. Lows north: 70 and south: 77. Wind NE 0-5 mph.

THURSDAY:

More sunshine, hot and a little less humid. Highs: 96. Wind NE/E 5-10 mph.

FRIDAY:

Partly cloudy, hot and more humid with a 10% chance for showers and storms. Lows north: 70 and south: 77. Highs: 96.

SATURDAY:

Partly cloudy, hot and humid with a 20% chance for showers and storms. Lows north: 72 and south: 77. Highs: 95.

SUNDAY

Partly cloudy, hot and humid with a 30% chance for showers and storms. Lows north: 74 and south: 79. Highs: 94.

MONDAY:

Partly cloudy, hot and humid with a 40% chance for showers and storms. Lows north: 75 and south: 80. Highs: 93.

TUESDAY:

Partly cloudy, hot and humid with a 40% chance for showers and storms. Lows north: 75 and south: 80. Highs: 93.

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