2:30PM: We continue to watch the radar Tuesday afternoon. So far the severe weather has remained well to our north, and that is likely to continue through the day. Expect an increase in scattered showers and storms through the afternoon and evening with locally heavy downpours. Isolated areas of flooding could occur if storms are training over the same areas. Continue to stay aware of weather conditions throughout the day just to be safe. Nicer weather filters in Wednesday.

A Tornado Watch is issued for Florida Parishes, North Shore Parishes, and a few Mississippi Counties until 5PM this evening.

Winds will remain out of the south as a warming trend continues. A couple rounds of storms will arrive shortly presenting a severe weather threat.

The Storm Prediction Center is issuing an Enhanced Risk (Level 3 out of 5) for North Shore locations and Southshore locations as well as a Slight Risk (Level 2 out of 5) for coastal South Shore locations, so have ways to receive warnings. This is all out ahead of yet another cold front pushing east Tuesday.

All modes of severe weather are possible including tornadoes, straight-line winds, and flooding.

Expect 70s for highs through mid-week with a couple spots making it to upper 50s or 60s, instead, by late week.

More seasonal weather returns by late week just in time for the Twelfth Night celebrations!