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A warm and rainy Sunday – New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans, Louisiana 2021-09-19 11:40:00 –

As of 10 am, the tropical cyclone Peter was 435 miles east of the northern Leeward Islands and had a wind speed of 45 mph. It continues to move west-northwest at 17mph. The biggest threat seems to be in Bermuda. The NHC is also closely tracking a tropical cyclone 17 315 ​​miles west of the Cape Verde Islands with a 35 mph wind. It is moving north at 14mph towards the Central Atlantic Ocean. It is unlikely to threaten the United States. There is another tropical wave that is just emerging from the west coast of Africa. It is unlikely to develop into a tropical system as it moves west. Sunday: Expected to be mostly cloudy, warm and humid, with numerous light rains and storms and afternoon temperatures scattered in the mid-1980s. Monday: Mostly cloudy, warm and humid days with 40% chance of rain or storms in the late 80’s and hot afternoons. .. Wednesday: The next cold front flows into SELA, bringing in much colder air, much lower humidity, and plenty of sunlight. It is expected to be a breeze on a warm, mostly sunny to partially cloudy day. The probability of rain is 20%, mainly in the morning and afternoon temperatures in the late to mid-1980s. Thursday: It’s a sunny and warm day with no rain and cold afternoons. Late 70’s to late 80’s Friday: Sunny and warm days with no rain and afternoon temperatures in the mid to mid 80’s. Saturday: It’s a sunny and warm day, with a breeze, no rain, and afternoon temperatures in the mid-1980s.

As of 10 am, the tropical cyclone Peter was 435 miles east of the northern Leeward Islands and had a wind speed of 45 mph. It continues to move west-northwest at 17mph. The biggest threat seems to be in Bermuda.

The NHC is also closely tracking a tropical cyclone 17 315 ​​miles west of the Cape Verde Islands with a 35 mph wind. It is moving north at 14mph towards the Central Atlantic Ocean. It is unlikely to threaten the United States.

There is another tropical wave that is just emerging from the west coast of Africa. As you move west, it is unlikely to develop into a tropical cyclone.

Sundays: From the mid-1980s, showers and storms, scattered afternoon temperatures, mostly cloudy, warm and humid days are expected.

Monday: Mostly cloudy, warm and humid days, with 40% chance of rain or storms and hot afternoons in the late 80’s.

Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, warm and humid days with a 30-40% chance of rain and afternoon temperatures in the late 80’s and late 90’s.

Wednesday: The next cold front flows into SELA, bringing in much colder air, much lower humidity, and plenty of sunlight. It is expected to be a breeze on a warm, mostly sunny to partially cloudy day. The probability of rain is 20%, mainly in the morning and afternoon temperatures in the late to mid-1980s.

Thursday: It’s a sunny and warm day, with no rain or afternoon temperatures from the late 70’s to the late 80’s.

Friday: A sunny and warm day with no rain or afternoon temperatures from the late 80’s to the mid-1980s.

Saturday: It’s a sunny and warm day, with a breeze, no rain, and afternoon temperatures in the mid-1980s.

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