Storm chances in New Orleans return today

OUTSIDE, WE HAVE CLOSURES MOVING BUT TEMPERATURES ARE IN THE 80’S AND 90’S OUTSIDE. ANNIE — 93 DEGREES IN BOGALUSA. BUT FEELS LIKE TEMPERATURES, 102 HINAMMOND. 101 IN BOGALUSA. 100 DEGREES IN BELLE CHASSE. ON RADAR, IT IS MOSTLY DRY, BUT CLOUDS HAVE MOVED IN AND SHOWERS ARE MOVING IN TWO. ALSO, OVER MISSISSIPPI, YOU CAN SEE SOME CORONAZES BEGINNING TO APPEAR TO THE EAST. INCLUDING ALONG THE COASTAL AREAS.MOVING — A FEW SHOWERS NEAR SLIDELL. WE WILL BE VIGILANT BUT THE CHANCES OF RAIN ARE OUT THIS AFTERNOON. THE HIGH OF I/ETH WAS HIGHER AROUND 91 DEGREES. BUT THE STORMS, THE STRONGEST STORMS WILL ARRIVE LATER IN THE AFTERNOON HOURS THROUGH EVENING. THAT WILL REMAIN BY PART OF THE METRO AREA. LATER, THIS IS HIS TIMESTAMP OF AROUND 10 PM BEFORE IT ALL COLLAPSES. NOT EVERYONE WILL SEE RAIN. BUT FOR YOU WHO DO IT, WE ARE AT A MARGINAL RISK OF DAMAGING THE NDWI GUSTS. IT IS VERY LOW. 11 — LEVEL ONE OF FIVE OF THE WINDS COULD BOOST. — BUT WINDS COULD PROMOTE. TOMORROW, PARTLY MOST OF THE COUNTY — CLOUDY. HOT AND MOIST WITH A 50% CHANCE OF THUNDERSTORMS. THIS TIME, THE CHANCES OF SEVERE WEATHER ARE INCREASING. THERE IS A LIGHT HAZARD OF SEVERE WEATHER TOMORROW. THAT’S A LEVEL TWO OUT OF 10. THE RISKS AND INCLUDES SAGE AND HAIL. WITH T-STORMS TOMORROW, THEY WILL FAVOR THE LATE HOURS. ON FRIDAY MORNING MAYBE AN ISOLATED HOUR. WE WILL SEE THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOP BUT LET’S LOOK AT THE SYSTEM OUT OF THE NORTH. THIS IS WHAT WILL PACK A PUNCH INSIDE THE CELLS THAT WILL ARRIVE AT ARODUN AT 4:00. THESE ARE THE ONES THAT CAN CONTAIN GUSTY WINDS AND HAIL. THAT IT WILL PUSH AROUND 5:00 PM AND REACH METAL AND PART OF THE SOUTH SHORE AND RIVER PARISHES AND MOVE SOUTH AND EXIT THE COASTAL AREAS AROUND 8:00 MORNING. AN EVENING AND EVENING EVENT TOMORROW. I CANNOT ARRIVE WITH CHANCES OF RAIN. — GET RID OF THE CHANCES OF RAIN. RENO AND MESO PROTECTION PACK. THE BEST THING TO DO — WILL BE HOT AND WET. THERE IS AN IMMEDIATE SENSE- – MEDIUM CHANCE OF DEVELOPMENT. I AM HAPPY TO REPORT EITHER — THERE ARE NO TOPICAL DISTURBANCES AT THE BASE OF THE ATLANTIC. WE HAVE A RISK OF STRONGER THUNDERSTORMS TODAY AND TOMORROW. EXPECTED DAMAGE TODAY AND TOMORROW. EXCEPT POSSIE TOMORROW AFTERNOON. THE HEAT WILL STICK AROUND. FEEL

Storm chances in New Orleans return today

Storm chances return today

Storm chances are back to 40% today. Any thunderstorm that does develop has a very low (“marginal”) risk of severe wind gusts. Otherwise, it’s hot and humid with highs in the low and mid 90s and “like it” temperatures of around 100 to 105 degrees. Tonight will be mostly cloudy and muggy with lows of 73 to 81 degrees. severe weather is slightly higher. There is a “slight” risk (level 2 of 5) of wind and hail damage. The storms will arrive mainly in the afternoon and evening, and the chances of rain are 50%. Otherwise it will be hot and humid with highs of 91 to 93 degrees. Rain chances are 40% on Saturday, and at this time it looks like showers and storms will once again favor the late afternoon and evening hours. Whether you’re going to the Louisiana Cajun-Zydeco Festival, Pride Parade, or any other outdoor activity, protection from the sun and rain is a good idea. Before the rain arrives, it will be hot with highs in the low-mid 90s and “sensible” temperatures ranging from 100 to 105. Not everyone will see rain, and those who stay dry will stay hot and humid. A low chance of rain and high temperatures will last into next week.

Storm chances are back to 40% today. Any thunderstorm that does develop has a very low (“marginal”) risk of severe wind gusts. Otherwise, it’s hot and humid with highs in the low and mid 90s and “look-alike” temperatures around 100-105 degrees.

Tonight will be mostly cloudy and muggy with lows of 73-81 degrees.

Storm chances return tomorrow, and the risk of severe weather is slightly higher. There is a “slight” risk (level 2 of 5) of wind and hail damage. The storms will arrive mainly in the afternoon and evening, and the chances of rain are 50%. Otherwise it will be hot and humid with highs of 91 to 93 degrees.

The chances of rain are 40% on Saturday, and at this time it looks like showers and storms will favor the late afternoon and evening once again. Whether you’re going to the Louisiana Cajun-Zydeco Festival, Pride Parade, or any other outdoor activity, protection from the sun and rain is a good idea. Before the rain arrives, it will be hot with highs in the low-mid 90s and “sensible” temperatures ranging from 100 to 105. Not everyone will see rain, and those who stay dry will stay hot and humid.

A low chance of rain and high temperatures will last into next week.

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