Showers finally start to move out

Posted at 5:09 AM, Jan 03, 2020

Showers have slowly been trying to move out of the area along a cold front that has taken its time moving out to the east.

This front has produced several inches of rain over the last 24 hours which means that many of the local bayous and rivers are running fast and full so should be avoided.

The good news is that the front seems to have picked up speed and will be pushing out of the area by mid-morning on Friday, and taking along the rain chances with it.

Clouds will linger through the remainder of the day which will keep it damp through the rest of the day, temperatures will also still make it up close to about 70 by the afternoon.

Once the clouds start to break late Friday the temperatures will start to drop with lows eventually getting down to the mid 40s by early Saturday.

There's no issues with the weekend forecast at all, in fact sunny and cool for the next few days.