FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Last day of spring

FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Fri., June 19 - Last day of spring

BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - Not quite as cool and a bit more humid for your early Friday out-the-door.

Temperatures in the upper 60°s/lower 70°s, which is still the “norm” for mid-June, but the low/mid 60°s earlier this week were certainly nice!

An OZONE ACTION DAY has been declared for today – “Code Orange” – unhealthy for sensitive groups and those with respiratory issues, older folks and younger children are encouraged to limit time outside.

Otherwise, we’re looking a mostly sunny skies today – perhaps not “as” comfortable humidity-wise, a spotty shower or two during the afternoon, a high in the lower 90°s.

Overnight, mostly clear – a low of 71° and for both Saturday and Father’s Day Sunday, only a few isolated to scattered showers (a 20% -30% coverage) and afternoon temperatures winding up in the low/mid 90°s.

Enjoy the mainly dry weather over the next few days, rain moves in next week!

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