NEW ORLEANS — Rain is moving in and will stick around through the morning and afternoon. Temperatures will only climb into the mid to upper 50s, so not the best day. At times there could be heavy downpours mainly south of the lake. By this evening the rain tapers off and only a stray shower or two will linger at night. Monday starts dry, cloudy and chilly in the upper 40s and low 50s. High pressure rebuilds near us during the day. That means it'll be a drier day in the 60s with decreasing clouds especially late in the day.
Tuesday also looks good before another trough of low pressure swings through, but Tuesday night into Wednesday with more showers. We dry out once again early on Thursday, but by the night rain chances return and continue into Friday. Next weekend looks drier with mild temperatures.
Mostly cloudy skies. 100% chance for showers. Best chance Southshore and more so toward the coast. Low: S 48, N 42. High: 64.
Partly cloudy skies. Mild temps. Low: S 51, N 47. High: 66.
Mostly cloudy skies. Milder temps. Low: S 54, N 49. High: 69.
40% chance for morning showers, then clearing skies. Breezy. Little cooler. Low: S 53, N 48. High: 63.
Sunny early, then increasing clouds late. Cool. Low: S 47, N 39. High: 60.
A wet day. Breezy. 50% chance for numerous showers. Low: S 45, N 41. High: 66.