Much needed, quiet forecast for the week ahead

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Well, we’ll be beginning to sound like broken records due to consecutive below average high temperatures each afternoon this week!


Today, New Orleans International Airport reached 87 degrees, and this same trend remains within our forecast for 24 more hours.

Based off of a ridge, conditions stay hot and dry until another reinforcing front arrives Sunday, but rain chances will remain limited.

The Gulf of Mexico remains quiet, too, as National Hurricane Center Meteorologists monitor no chances of development throughout open water tonight to even these next five days.

Overnight, sixties and seventies continue making locations north and south of Lake Pontchartrain feel very fall-like before eighties return so soon as Friday morning.

Apply sunscreen when exercising because the theme is sunshine right now! Don’t forget also staying hydrated and shaded, especially when outside with any pets as asphalt heats up well beyond actual temperatures during summertime locally.

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