10:30PM Weather: Dense Fog Alert! Advisory in effect until 6AM!


New Orleans’ forecast for overnight looks mostly dry and muggy. Today we were dealing with above normal temperatures, and warmth remains the theme until late week!

Single word that sums up upcoming weather patterns: LAYERS!

Northshore residents wake up tomorrow to lower 60s outside their windows, however, Southshore residents can expect upper 60s! Highs reach 70s by your afternoon after lunch.

Again, fog will be becoming widespread once more all night tonight until Monday, so a Dense Fog Advisory remains in effect from 6 PM – 6 AM across the Louisiana, Mississippi Gulf Coast.

Front 1 of 2 arrives Monday then stalls, meaning rain chances go up at that point. Southeast Louisiana’s outlook tomorrow to mid-week includes shower chances.

Wednesday, we see front 2 of 2 clear our area. Anticipate a low end, if any, severe weather threat as few strong thunderstorms look probable. This is something we’ll be watching closely incase details change regarding timing, intensity, etcetera!

Takeaway: Confirmation on beautiful conditions next weekend! Keep up, updates will be accessible online on WGNO.com and through our WGNO Weather App!

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