Happy Sunday! Today will feature another hot and humid day with isolated showers and storms lingering this evening, however, relief is on the way. A cold front will push trough late Monday into Tuesday increase our rain and storm chances, but lower our temperatures.
Earlier this evening, scattered showers and storms moved over northwest Louisiana, but quickly diminished before sunset. The lingering storms over the eastern edge of northwest Louisiana will likely diminish by 10pm. We’ll dry out, but keep mostly cloudy skies tonight. Overnight lows will be back warm and muggy in the mid 70s.
On Monday a cold front will swing through late Monday evening and early Tuesday. This will bring the chance for rain and storms Monday afternoon, but the best coverage will begin Monday evening through Tuesday morning. Before the front passes, it will still be hot and humid with high temperatures on Monday in the low to mid 90s. After the front passes, it will bring a drop to our temperatures and humidity. Tuesday’s highs will only reach the low to mid 80s.
We'll keep low humidity and below average temperatures throughout the work week with highs staying in the 80s and overnight lows falling to the upper 60s.
Have a great night!
KSLA First Alert Meteorologist Jessica Moore