FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Quiet Friday morning, spotty afternoon showers

FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Fri., Sept. 18 - Quiet morning, spotty afternoon showers

BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - It’s a quiet and dry Friday morning – once again, temperatures generally starting out in the low/mid 70°s.

Though we may have another day with more clouds than sunshine, FIRST ALERT Doppler radar will show relatively limited activity.

Today, we’re looking at only a spotty shower or two – mainly during the mid/late afternoon – light northeast winds and a high topping out in the mid 80°s.

Overnight, mostly cloudy with a low in the upper 60°s and for both Saturday and Sunday, expect a sun/cloud mix, isolated to scattered showers possible (20% - 30% coverage) and a daytime high staying in the lower 80°s.

Tropical Depression #22 is the southern Gulf of Mexico and is expected to become a tropical storm later today; in the meantime, highest winds are 35 mph, moving to the NNE at 6 mph. No immediate threat to the northern Gulf of Mexico or south Louisiana at this time.

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