Low pressure tracking along our coast has delivered a bout of winter weather to the Deep South, but for the vast majority of our area, it’s just been a very cold rain from late Sunday into early Monday.
The local weather will stay dry to conclude the weekend. Skies will remain fair with just a few clouds. Afternoon temperatures Sunday will top out in the upper 70°s. The forecast changes some overnight as a weak cold front pushes through the area.
Both morning and afternoon temperatures will be a little warmer Friday and into the weekend. Daybreak temperatures for the Red Stick will be in the mid 50°s, with afternoons climbing to the upper 70°s to near 80° the next three days.
Temperatures will slowly warm up over the next few days, but we’ll have little to complain about with generally dry weather expected through the weekend. Our next impactful weather comes in the form of a cold front slated to arrive the day before Thanksgiving.
High pressure will remain in control of our weather for the next several days, resulting in mild and mainly dry conditions. Temperatures and humidity will slowly climb as we head into the weekend and winds gradually shift around to the east and southeast.
A strong cold front that moved through the area on Sunday has ushered in some beautiful fall weather that will stick around through the week. While things are quiet locally, the Atlantic has now produced its latest Category 5 hurricane on record as Iota heads toward Nicaragua today.
A cold front will push through the local area today bringing back an autumn like feel. A narrow band of light to moderate rain will be just ahead of the front and will cause 15 minutes of light to moderate rain during the late morning hours.
Nice weather continues for the next couple of days, although temperatures will continue to be a bit above normal. Our next impactful weather will be in the form of a strong cold front arriving on Sunday.