Scattered showers and storms to continue through Tuesday.
Heavy storms have developed in western Louisiana Monday afternoon with some storms extending into portions of Jefferson Parish and western Acadia Parish.
Some of this activity may push farther eastward through the course of Monday evening, so we'll keep rain chances in the forecast through Monday evening up until midnight. Just something to keep in mind if you're headed out this evening.
Low temperatures will drop into the lower 70s Monday night into Tuesday morning under partly cloudy skies.
We will likely see the typical summertime pattern continue into Wednesday as our pesky upper-level low will remain close to the area to give us continued increased rain chances. Some areas may pick up localized heavy rainfall over the course of the next couple of days.
We then may potentially see a break in the action by late week and into next weekend and may even keep that drier trend going into early next week, but keep in mind that we are still a week out and the pattern can certainly change.
In the tropics: All remains quiet in the tropics as we are now just one week away from the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season.