Weather Forecast New Orleans Weather Forecast Mardi Gras Parades

Weather Forecast New Orleans Weather Forecast Mardi Gras Parades

The weather will be warmer in New Orleans over the weekend, but rain chances will increase resulting in strong/severe storms that could impact the forecast for Sunday’s Mardi Gras parade. For a more in-depth analysis of the forecast for the entire weekend, and now the threat of possible severe storms on Sunday, click here. We are set for several mild nights, but fog may start to be an issue as well. Look for some morning fog possible Friday, but be cool with temperatures in the upper 50s to lower 60s. I think we have the best possibility of seeing the most sunshine on Friday afternoon. If we get enough of it, highs could reach 80! There is only a small chance of an isolated spray. Fog will appear more widespread and dense on Saturday morning. Morning temperatures will be mild, around 60 degrees! Saturday is supposed to be good for all the parades as well. Skies will return to cloudy, but will remain mild with highs in the mid to upper 70s. There is a small chance of scattered showers, but rain chances will increase by Saturday evening. This will not affect the parades, if any rain falls, there will be short showers and light showers. Look for more fog possible Sunday morning as well. But temperatures will be mild, around 60. Skies will be overcast but temperatures will remain moderate/warm with highs in the mid 70s. Storm chances increase through Sunday afternoon and it now appears that storms will be possible sometime after 3 p.m. Some of these storms are at risk of being severe. Right now, we have a 15% chance that the storm will be severe, but our risk could come later in Sunday night’s forecast. Here’s how I view the severe threats facing us in order of likelihood now. As the cold front pushes through on Monday, rain chances will decrease as cold air seeps in. Fat Tuesday looks brighter but breezy and cool! Morning temperatures will reach around 40 degrees, with highs only reaching the upper 50s. Here’s the 7-day forecast: Have fun, be safe, and watch for storms Sunday evening! – Devon

The weather is warmer in New Orleans over the weekend, but rain chances will increase resulting in strong/severe storms that could impact the forecast for the Mardi Gras parade on Sunday.

For a more in-depth analysis of the forecast for the entire weekend, and now the risk of possible severe storms on Sunday, click here.

Weather features for Saturday

We are set for several mild nights, but fog may start to be an issue as well. Look for some morning fog possible Friday, but be cool with temperatures in the upper 50s to lower 60s.

Fog forecast for Friday morning

Lows tonight

I think we have the best possibility of seeing the most sunshine on Friday afternoon. If we get enough of it, highs could reach 80! There is only a small chance of isolated spraying.

Clouds and rain forecast today, Friday, at 1 p.m

Highest levels Friday

Clouds and rain forecast today, Friday, 6 pm

Clouds and rain forecast today, Friday, at 10 pm

The fog appears to be more widespread and dense on Saturday morning.

Saturday morning and fog

Morning temperatures will be mild, around 60!

Lows on Saturday morning

Saturday should be good for all the walks too. Skies will return to cloudy, but will remain mild with highs in the mid to upper 70s. There is a small chance of scattered showers, but rain chances will increase by Saturday evening. This will not affect the parades, if any rain falls there will be short showers and light showers.

Clouds and rain forecast today, Saturday, 9 am

Clouds and rain forecast today, Saturday, 2 pm

Its highest levels are Saturday

Clouds and rain forecast today, Saturday, 5 pm

Clouds and rain forecast today, Saturday, 11 pm

Look for more fog possible Sunday morning as well. But temperatures will be moderate, around 60.

Fog forecast for Sunday morning

Skies will be overcast but temperatures will remain moderate/warm with highs in the mid 70s.

Highest levels on Sunday

Storm chances increase through Sunday afternoon and it now appears that storms will be possible sometime after 3 p.m.

Features Sunday afternoon forecast

Weather features on Sunday evening

Some of these storms are at risk of being severe. Right now, we have a 15% chance of a severe storm, but our risk could come later in Sunday night’s forecast.

Sharp SPC forecast for day&x20;4

Here’s how I see the serious threats we face ranked by likelihood right now.

Storm impacts on Sunday

As the cold front pushes through on Monday, rain chances will decrease as cold air seeps in.

Weather features for Monday morning

Features of Monday midday weather

Weather features on Monday night

Fat Tuesday looks brighter but breezy and cool! Morning temperatures will reach around 40 degrees with highs only reaching the upper 50s.

Weather features for Tuesday morning

Weather features for Tuesday afternoon

Here’s your forecast for the seven days:

7 day forecast

Have fun, be safe, and be aware of the storms Sunday evening!
– Devon

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