Flooding threats carry into Tuesday night!

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After a lovely weekend and start to our week, we have rain, humidity, and a few localized heavy downpours back in our forecast for these next few days. A Flash Flood Warning is issued for Orleans, St. Bernard, and Plaquemines Parish until 8:30PM with additional street flood advisories until 9PM, too. Neutral ground parking restrictions have been lifted.

Your forecast for our first official weekend of fall included nothing but sunshine with highs topping out about the low to mid 80s! We’ll see a steady increase in afternoon highs now through late week. Again, in Northshore locations, overnight lows will reach the low 70s. Across the Southshore, expect 70s!

Tomorrow, continue the theme of widespread rain chances! These stick around a few days before we see more improvements by this weekend. Again, look for heavy downpours in the afternoon on radar that could lead to possible street flooding with drainage systems covered by debris. Enjoy your seasonal, slightly warmer forecast for the next few days when its dry.

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