Slow and steady warming trend this week
BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - There won’t be much to complain about in the world of weather this week. Monday may be the ugliest day as clouds stay overhead through its majority.
A disturbance will be passing through the Central Gulf of Mexico Monday bringing the clouds. Areas along the immediate coast could squeeze out a brief light shower. Inland areas will remain dry. The clouds will keep morning temperatures a few degrees above freezing. It stays cool into the afternoon so keep the jackets handy.
The rest of the week is highlighted by a slow and steady warming trend. Temperatures will increase a handful of degrees each day. No significant weather makers will be passing through the local area keeping things sunny and dry for the conclusion of the work/ school week.
By the weekend, our next cold front will approach. The front is forecast to move through late Saturday into early Sunday. Long range models keep things mainly dry for inland areas. Once again, we can’t rule out a few stray showers along the coast Saturday PM into early Sunday. A brief cool down takes place Sunday behind the front. Another warming trend will soon follow. Our next areawide chance for rain doesn’t look to occur until the middle of next week.
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