Severe threat done; drier weather moves in

Severe threat done; drier weather moves in
Rain and storms will be likely

Happy May the 4th Star Wars fans! The fourth has been with our forecast as we managed to get through todays strong and severe storms without too much damage to report. The cold front that has brought the rain and storms continues to push into NE Louisiana and Mississippi for the remainder of the afternoon and evening.

Now, behind this cold front, temperatures will really take a dive! Not just that, but the humidity will also be going down! Therefore, by Wednesday morning, temperatures will be back to feeling great! In the morning we will wake up to the lower to mid 50s. Then by the afternoon, it will warm up to the upper 70s and lower 80s. On top of all that, the sunshine will be back and it will be beautiful! Cinco De Mayo will be a great day!

Thursday and Friday will also be very nice. There will not be any rain on these days with more abundant sunshine! Temperatures will be a little warmer though, getting back to the lower 80s. The humidity will remain rather low, so it will still feel nice outside.

Over Mother’s Day weekend, there could be a brief shower on Saturday, but a slightly higher chance on Sunday. It will not be a wash out, but just a heads up, that there could be rain around. As of now, I have a 20% chance Saturday and a 40% chance of rain Sunday. If you are planning anything special for your mother, (as you should) plan accordingly of storms that may pop up. We’ll keep you updated on the latest trends for the weekend. Temperatures will be up to the mid 80s, so it will be very warm again.

Have a great day and enjoy the drier weather. Sunshine returns tomorrow!

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