Winter is back in our area.
A chilly night because of a cold front. "A freeze on the Northshore and even areas away from the city early tomorrow morning, and likely again both Tuesday and Wednesday morning," said WWL-TV chief meteorologist Chris Franklin. "The chill will last through mid week, when another upper low will push a cold front into the area by Friday."
The City of New Orleans has activated a freeze plan and posted on NOLAREADY "feels like" temperatures in low 30s tonight and Monday night.
Sunny skies through midday Wednesday, after which clouds will begin increasing. A few showers are possible Thursday with scattered showers and a rumble of thunder Friday before the next front, which won't be quite as cold.
Here is the complete forecast from WWL-TV:
Clear and cold. Freezing North. Breezy. Low: S 39, N 31. Winds: N 8-15.
Gorgeous, but chilly. Sunny skies, Breezy. High: 50. Winds: N 8-15.
A cold morning, freezing North. Sunny and chilly. Low: S 37, N 27. High: 48.
A cold morning, freezing North. Early sun, late clouds. Chilly temps. Low: S 39, N 27. High: 55.
Mostly cloudy, breezy. Milder. 20% chance for an isolated shower. Low: S 50, N 41. High: 65.
60% chance for scattered showers, few thunderstorms. Warmer, more humid. Breezy. Low: S 56, N 53. High: 68.
Partly to mostly cloudy. Cooler, less humid. Breezy. Low: S 51, N 48. High: 59.