Weather Forecast New Orleans Weather Forecast Mardi Gras Parades

Weather Forecast New Orleans Weather Forecast Mardi Gras Parades

A cold front arriving tonight will threaten strong to severe storms in the weather forecast for New Orleans. For an in-depth analysis of tonight’s forecast storms, click here. Storms are possible after 10 PM over the North Shore, but storms are possible in New Orleans around midnight to early Monday morning. The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has placed all of southeastern Louisiana under Level 2 out of 5 (slight risk) for possible severe storms tonight. Our highest risk is from heavy rain, but strong winds over 58 mph, hail and a weak, isolated tornado cannot be ruled out. Temperatures will be mild, reaching around 70 most of the night. But after rain and storms associated with the cold front, temperatures will begin to cool as westerly winds increase. Morning temperatures will be in the 50s. Some clouds will persist in Lundy Gras on Monday and highs will only be in the mid 60s with brisk northwesterly winds. Cold weather starts off on Fat Tuesday on the South Shore with lows in the 40s, and cold over the Northshore with lows in the 30s! It will remain breezy with northwest winds at 10-20 mph, but we will have cleared all the clouds by then but temperatures will be cool all day and only around 60 degrees. This means the day will be spent in the 50s. More clouds roll in on Wednesday ahead of our next system, and highs will be similar to Tuesday. Thursday will remain mostly cloudy but high temperatures will rise to the upper 60s. Rain may be possible late in the day. Our next system will bring rain Friday afternoon and continue into Saturday. Highs will remain cool, in the lower to mid 60s. This storm will move in to leave next Sunday brighter but cooler with a high around 60 degrees. Here’s the 7-day forecast: Have a wonderful and safe carnival! – Devon

A cold front arriving tonight will threaten strong to severe storms in the weather forecast for New Orleans.

For an in-depth analysis of tonight’s forecast storms, click here.

Weather features for Tuesday

Storms are possible after 10 PM over the North Shore, but storms are possible in New Orleans around midnight to early Monday morning.

Clouds and rain forecast today, Sunday, at 11 pm

Clouds and rain forecast today, Monday, 2:30 am

Clouds and rain forecast today, Monday, 3 am

Clouds and rain forecast today, Monday, 7 am

The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has placed all of southeastern Louisiana under Level 2 out of 5 (slight danger) for possible severe storms tonight.

Spc day forecast

Our highest risk is heavy rain, but strong winds over 58 mph, hail and an isolated weak tornado cannot be ruled out.

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Effects of the storm

Temperatures will be moderate, reaching around 70 degrees most of the night. But after rain and storms associated with the cold front, temperatures will begin to cool as westerly winds increase. Morning temperatures will be in the 50s.

Lows tonight

Some clouds will continue into Lundy Gras on Monday and highs will only be in the mid 60s with brisk northwesterly winds.

Clouds and rain forecast today, Monday, at one o'clock in the afternoon

Highest levels on Monday

Windy Monday

Thick Tuesday starts out cold on the South Shore with 40s, and cold on the North Shore with lows in the 30s!

Lows on Tuesday morning

It will remain breezy with northwest winds of 10-20 mph, but we will have cleared all the clouds by then but temperatures will be cool all day and only around 60 degrees. This means that the day will be spent in the 50s.

Clouds and rain forecast today, Tuesday, 2 pm

Highest levels on Tuesday

Windy Tuesday

More clouds will roll in on Wednesday ahead of our next system, and highs will be similar to Tuesday.

Weather features for Wednesday

Thursday remains mostly cloudy but high temperatures rise into the upper 60s. Spraying may be possible late in the day.

Weather features for Thursday

Our next system brings rain Friday afternoon and will continue into Saturday. Highs will remain cool, in the lower to mid 60s.

Weather features for Friday

Weather features for Saturday

That storm is shaping up to leave next Sunday brighter but cooler with a high around 60 degrees.

Weather features for Sunday

Here’s your forecast for the seven days:

7 day forecast

Have a wonderful and safe carnival!
– Devon

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