BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - Heat, humidity and Saharan dust will headline our weather for one more day before umbrella weather returns tomorrow.
In the meantime, at least our early morning temperature dropped below 80°, but just barely, and it still feels like (even in the predawn hours) the low/mid 80°s.
We’re looking at partly cloudy skies today and light west winds. Perhaps spotty to isolated afternoon showers and a high topping out at 94° (today’s record high: 102°. In 2009!).
Overnight, a few scattered showers may begin to pop up on First Alert Doppler radar, as lows drop into the mid 70°s.
Tomorrow, here comes the rain; a 60% coverage of showers/storms, and a high Friday of 91°.
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