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Still chilly tonight, but it become much warmer on Sunday

Tonight will be clear, but not as cold.  Lows north of the lake will fall to the mid 30s with some frost, and south of the lake will be in the mid 40s.  Protect plants and pets north of the lake again!

Our weather will start to change on Sunday as the area of high pressure moves east of Louisiana.  We will see the winds shift from the NE to the SE and this will warm us back up!  We will become partly cloudy with highs in the lower 70s.  

Expect some changes to our weather next week!  A cold front will weaken as it moves into Northern Louisiana on Monday.  We will start the day with some dense fog as the dew points will be higher than the lake water temperatures, so this could cause delays on the Causeway Monday Morning.  The fog could stick around for much of the day too!!  Additionally, we will see an increase in cloud cover over us with a few showers during the day.  Otherwise, it will be mostly cloudy, warm and more humid with highs in the mid 70s.  Monday Night will be mostly cloudy with spotty showers and some fog.  Lows will be in the 60s on both sides of the lake.  

The cold front will move into the New Orleans area on Tuesday.  We will be cloudy with some fog and scattered showers/ few thunderstorms.  Highs will be in the mid 70s.  The front will stall along the coast on Tuesday Night with spotty showers over the area.  Lows will be in the 60s.  

Wednesday will be a warm and humid day with only isolated showers as the front remains along the coast.  Highs will be in the mid 70s.  

Some cooler air will finally move in on Thursday a second cold front moves through the region in the morning.  We will become partly cloudy with cooler highs around 60.  

There is still some uncertainty in the forecast for the end of next week.  Right now, it looks like we will see a quick warm-up on Friday with isolated showers and highs around 70.  The weekend looks like it will start out warm and humid with a few showers on Saturday, but the models are showing our next cold front will start to move into the area on Sunday.  This will spread scattered showers and thunderstorms over us with mild temperatures.  However, the models are not agreeing on the timing of how quickly the front will move through, so the rain could linger into the following week.  This is still well over a week away, so we will worry more about this once we get into next weekend.   

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