Welcome to the weekend, everyone!
It was a mild Friday as temperatures climbed into the upper 70s to near 80° this afternoon with more sunshine!
Temperatures will only be dropping into the lower to mid 60s by Saturday morning as low-level moisture continues to build.
Some patchy sea fog will be possible in spots once again first thing tomorrow morning, especially along the coastal parishes.
We will also have clouds moving back into the area, so it's always a tough call on fog development when you have clouds around, but I would still incorporate it into your early morning drive if you are heading out.
Otherwise, expect plenty of cloud cover for Saturday as temperatures climb into the middle-upper 70s.
An isolated light shower or two can not be ruled out but most of us stay dry as the main precipitation action stays along and north of the I-20 corridor where a stalled frontal boundary is located.
Expect much of the same for Sunday.
After some patchy fog and a start in the mid-upper 60s, temperatures will be topping out in the upper 70s to near 80° for our Sunday afternoon.
Rain chances will sit at around 20%.
Dew points will be sneaking up into the upper 60s through the course of the weekend, so that will give the air a more muggy and kind of humid feel to it.
A cold front will approach the region heading into Monday helping to deliver on some scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms.
The severe threat is low.
That front could stall and if that is the case, then expect another round of scattered showers on Tuesday as temperatures top out slightly cooler in the 60s.
Things should settle down for Wednesday with temperatures settling in close to normal.
Another system approaches for late week and that should give way to nice conditions heading into next weekend.
Make sure to check the 10-day forecast for a better look as well.
Have a great weekend!
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