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A sunny and hot Saturday – New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans, Louisiana 2021-06-12 09:47:00 –

The Bay of Campeche and the surrounding bad weather areas could develop into tropical cyclones by mid-next week due to the irregular movements of this bad weather. NHC will develop with a 40% or moderate probability over the next 5 days. High pressures, centered around the northern Gulf of Mexico, mean that southwesterly winds continue to bring moisture to southeastern Louisiana from today to Sunday morning. The dew point temperature is in the 70’s, so it is sticky throughout the weekend. The temperature of the heat index is 100 to 105 degrees Celsius. Saturday: There is a 10% chance that it will rain this afternoon, and it is likely to rain tonight, with afternoon temperatures expected to be almost sunny, hot and humid, in the late to mid 90’s. Today’s heat index can be 97-104 degrees. Sunday: Most cloudy, hot and humid days with a 40-50% chance of rain and storms, with afternoon temperatures in the late 80’s and 90’s. Monday: Most cloudy, hot and humid days with a 30% chance of rain and afternoon temperatures in the late 90’s. Tuesday: From the late 80’s to the late 90’s, there is a 40% chance of rain, storms and afternoon temperatures, almost cloudy, hot and humid. Wednesday: Partially cloudy, hot and humid days with a 30-40% chance of rain and storms, with afternoon temperatures in the late 80’s and late 90’s. Thursday: A tropical depression in the Gulf of Mexico can cause tropical moisture to flow into SELA. .. It’s almost cloudy, hot and refreshing, with rain and afternoon temperatures of up to 50% in the late 80’s and late 90’s. Friday: When a tropical cyclone occurs in the Gulf of Mexico, it can continue to flow into SELA. From the late 80’s to the late 90’s, rain and afternoon temperatures can reach 60%, with almost cloudy, hot and refreshing days expected.

The Bay of Campeche and the surrounding bad weather areas could develop into tropical cyclones by mid-next week due to the irregular movements of this bad weather. NHC plans to develop with a 40% or moderate probability over the next five days.

For us, the high pressure centered around the northern Gulf of Mexico means that the southwesterly winds continue to bring moisture to southeastern Louisiana until today and Sunday morning. The dew point temperature is in the 70’s, so it is sticky throughout the weekend. The temperature of the heat index is 100 to 105 degrees.

Saturday: There is a 10% chance that it will rain this afternoon, and it is likely to rain tonight, with afternoon temperatures expected to be almost sunny, hot and humid, in the late to mid 90’s. Today’s heat index will probably be 97 to 104 degrees Celsius.

Sundays: Mostly cloudy, hot and humid days with a 40-50% chance of rain and storms, with afternoon temperatures in the late 80’s and late 90’s.

Monday: Mostly cloudy, hot and humid days, with a 30% chance of rain and afternoon temperatures in the late 90’s.

Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, hot and humid days with a 40% chance of rain and storms, with afternoon temperatures in the late 80’s and late 90’s.

Wednesday: Partially cloudy, hot and humid days with a 30-40% chance of rain and storms, with afternoon temperatures in the late 80’s and late 90’s.

Thursday: The formation of tropical cyclones in the Gulf of Mexico can allow tropical moisture to flow into SELA. From the late 80’s to the late 90’s, rain and afternoon temperatures can reach 50%, with almost cloudy, hot and refreshing days expected.

Friday: With the formation of tropical cyclones in the Gulf of Mexico, tropical moisture can continue to flow into SELA. From the late 80’s to the late 90’s, rain and afternoon temperatures can reach 60%, with almost cloudy, hot and refreshing days expected.

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