This isn’t the nicest week of weather, it’s warm, muggy, unsettled, and stagnant so there’s not even much change day to day.
A front is stuttering into the Gulf Coast which has already sparked a round of showers in the early hours of Tuesday and will likely spark a few more through the day.
The front will slow and eventually stall on top of Louisiana which will keep the weather unsettled and on the muggy side of the front.
Temperatures Tuesday and Wednesday are expected to be up in the 80s with dewpoints in the 70s it’ll be very sticky.
Mostly cloudy skies will be able to produce a handful of showers through the day, and rain chances will be increasing the rest of this week.
This all culminates in a wet, chilly day on Friday which will signal the final passing of the front and temperatures will drop through the weekend.