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A Warming Trend Starts Today and Continues Through Thanksgiving

High pressure is moving to the east of Louisiana today, and that will shift the winds from the northeast to the east. This will start to warm us up and keep it mild for the rest of the week. Moisture is also moving back over us, and that has brought back some clouds. We will have a mix of sun and clouds today with highs in the mid 60s. 
This evening will be partly to mostly cloudy with temperatures in the 50s. If you are headed to the Canal Street Lighting Ceremony tonight, the weather will be pleasant and cool with temperatures in the 50s at 5:30 when the turn the lights on.
It will not be as chilly tonight with mostly cloudy skies. Lows will be in the upper 40s north and mid 50s south. You may still want a light jacket tomorrow morning.
The breezy winds will shift to the ESE for Wednesday, and we will have even warmer temperatures with highs in the lower 70s under mostly cloudy skies. We could see a spotty shower too, but most of you will remain dry.
The outlook for Thanksgiving has u…

Thanksgiving Week Weather Outlook...changes are coming!

We will have one more cool day before a warming trend starts across Southeast Louisiana. High pressure remains over us today and that will keep the cool northeasterly winds over us. It will be clear, but highs will only be in the upper 50s. It will stay cool and nice this evening with temperatures in the 40s, so you will will want a jacket. 
This will be the last chilly night of the week, but only a few spots may get to freezing. Some high clouds will move over us and the area of high pressure, which has the coolest air beneath it, moves to the east of Louisiana. Lows will be in the lower to mid 30s north of the lake and mid 40s south. You will want to cover or bring in your plants on the Northshore.  Also, you should have a warm place for your pets on both sides of the lake!  
The area of high pressure will continue moving east of us on Wednesday, and that will bring back east to southeast winds for the rest of the week. More clouds will develop as moisture moves in from the Pacific …