Slow showers and storms at dinnertime

Art: As we head into the afternoon, we’re looking at more sporadic rain across the area and will be moving into the depths of the afternoon. If you’re going to North Beach, the shower will follow you there. In the later part of the evening, some of the pigeons returned to South Beach. You are looking forward to an excessive rain fall with a slight risk of eyelash flooding. 60% chance of showering. Condition moisturize and stay in the shade. You can’t escape the heat today and we’ll take it back to the tropics. No tropical cycle is under development for the next five days. We’ll take you through how dry air works in our forecast as the humidity comes from Texas and will stick with us over the next couple of days. It wouldn’t be excessive as we walk around on Saturday and Sunday. Scattered rain is now only falling around CROSS—just about to cross in areas close to I-10. It’s Marine Bronzeville, Texas, but the bulk of it will continue to make its way back to our area. We know it’s happening but for the rest of the day, the ’80s as the ’70s mingle, we’ll catch a lakefront storm and hitch a ride in Baton Rouge along I-12. Will go to – wake up areas along Boglosa. At 6:00, you’ll move into extensive showers and storms running across the region. He will move to the East Orleans Diocese and return to the North Shore. They start dropping around 9:00 p.m., numbers will be in the 70s in the early hours of Friday morning. May there be a secluded shower in the clear sky on Friday with scrubbing for your morning commute at noon. The storm starts picking up in the afternoon, the big storms come from Galliano and we all start it up again with more storms in the evening hours and their interruptions. We’ll look at how it plays out over the next seven days, around seasonal temperatures with a 60% chance of rain. We’ll have a quick bread

Slow showers and storms at dinnertime

Another day for the risk of heavy rain, but this time rain and storms track very slowly, and flash floods are likely with rainfall rates of .60-2.00 inches per hour. Please stay aware of the weather. So, where does this rain come from, today? Over the Gulf of Mexico, high pressure tropical rain flows into southeastern Louisiana from Brownsville Beach, Texas. So, this afternoon, the evening cruises and through dinner time expand from a 40% chance to a 60% chance from the South Coast all the way to the North Shore. Late in the evening, storms diminish across the North Shore, and there is still rain. South Beach storms continue, but are moving toward the coast. Intermittent rain and storms linger along the coast and beyond, while patchy, intermittent rain lingers across the south shore into midnight. Rain forecast: .10-3.60″ inches for SELAChance of fog tonight. It follows the tropics. No hurricanes are expected for the next five days.

Another day for the risk of heavy rain, but this time rain and storms track very slowly, and flash floods are likely with rainfall rates of .60-2.00 inches per hour. Please stay aware of the weather. So, where does this rain come from, today? Over the Gulf of Mexico, high pressure tropical rain flows into southeastern Louisiana from Brownsville Beach, Texas. So, this afternoon, the evening cruises and through dinner time expand from a 40% chance to a 60% chance from the South Coast all the way to the North Shore. Late in the evening, storms diminish across the North Shore, and there is still rain. South Beach storms continue, but are moving toward the coast. Intermittent rain and storms remain along the coast and beyond, while patchy, intermittent rain continues across the southern coast until midnight. Very hot and humid conditions: Highs 88-93° Heat index (looks like): 94-105° Precipitation forecast: . 10-3.60″ inches for a SELA chance of fog tonight.

Another day for the risk of heavy rain, but this time rain and storms track very slowly, and flash floods are likely with rainfall rates of .60-2.00 inches per hour. Please stay aware of the weather. So, where does this rain come from, today? Over the Gulf of Mexico, high pressure tropical rain flows into southeastern Louisiana from Brownsville Beach, Texas. So, this afternoon, the evening cruises and through dinner time expand from a 40% chance to a 60% chance from the South Coast all the way to the North Shore. Late in the evening, storms diminish across the North Shore, and there is still rain. South Beach storms continue, but are moving toward the coast. Intermittent rain and storms remain along the coast and beyond, while intermittent rain continues across the south shore until midnight.

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Gulf rain circulating over Silla – from the Texas coast

Very hot and humid conditions: highs from 88 to 93 °C

Temperature index (touch): 94-105 degrees

Precipitation forecast: .10-3.60 inches for SELA

Fog chance tonight.

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