NEW ORLEANS — A few showers will be possible early Sunday as a weak cold front arrives. The front will finally bring a break in the record heat we had this past week - high temperatures Sunday will only make it to around 80 degrees (as opposed to near 90 like we've seen lately). Clouds will linger during the day, and temperatures tonight will be mainly in the upper 60s to about 70 degrees.

A few showers may return Monday ahead of a stronger low pressure system and cold front. That could spark some showers and a few thunderstorms late Monday night into Tuesday.

Finally, some noticeably cooler and drier air will arrive late Tuesday into Wednesday.

We'll get less humid air and seasonable temperatures through Thursday before some rain returns Friday and Saturday.

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Detailed Forecast:

SUNDAY:

Mostly cloudy skies. Few showers possible in the morning. Not as hot. Low: 72, N 69. High: 81. Wind N/NE 5-10 mph.

MONDAY:

Mostly cloudy. Warmer. 20% chance for isolated showers. Low: S 70, N 65. High: 83. Wind: SE 6-12 mph.

TUESDAY:

60% chance for scattered showers and some thunderstorms. Breezy. Warm early, then falling temps. Low: S 72, N 68. High: 84, then falling late.

WEDNESDAY:

Cooler day. Lower humidity. Very pleasant. Sunny skies. Low: S 60, N 54. High: 75.

THURSDAY:

Partly cloudy. Low humidity. Very pleasant. Low: S 59, N 53. High: 76.

FRIDAY:

Partly to mostly cloudy skies. A bit warmer. 40% chance for scattered showers. Low: S 63, N 57. High: 77.

SATURDAY:

Mostly cloudy and mild. 30% chance for spotty showers or thunderstorms. Low: S 63, N 62. High: 74.

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