Zeta is gone and the cold front arrives

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As Hurricane Zeta pushes out of Louisiana, a cold front arrives bringing much colder temperatures today.

WWLTV’s Dave Nussbaum says, “Hurricane Zeta is gone and now the cold front is moving through. Temperatures will fall into the 50s this morning as the sunshine returns. We will have a beautiful afternoon with plenty of sunshine. It will be much cooler, breezy and less humid with high temperatures only rebounding into the mid 60s. This will be great weather for storm clean up and for those that lost power. Open your windows to stay cool! Tonight will be clear, chilly and comfortable. Lows north in the 40s and south in the 50s.”

Here is your extended forecast:

TODAY: Becoming sunny, windy, cooler and less humid. Highs: 66. Wind NW 15-20 mph.

TONIGHT: Mostly clear, breezy, much cooler and less humid.
Lows north: 47 and south: 53. Wind N 15-20 mph.

FRIDAY: Sunny, breezy, cool and less humid. Highs: 66. Wind N 8-15 mph.

SATURDAY - HALLOWEEN: Plenty of sun, mild and less humid.
Lows north: 46 and south: 54. Highs: 71.

SUNDAY - ALL SAINTS DAY: Mostly sunny and warmer with low humidity. Lows north: 50 and south: 58. Highs: 75.

MONDAY: Sunny, breezy and cooler with low humidity. Lows north: 45 and south: 53. Highs: 65.

TUESDAY - ELECTION DAY: Sunny and mild with low humidity.
Lows north: 42 and south: 50. Highs: 70.

WEDNESDAY: Sunny and warmer with low humidity. Lows north: 48 and south: 56. Highs: 74.