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Severe threat today and tonight, locally heavy rain – New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans, Louisiana 2021-05-04 07:02:00 –

Serious Threat Tuesday / Tuesday Night: The next storm system pushes a cold front into northern Louisiana early Tuesday morning and a cold front towards southeastern Louisiana and the Mississippi coast on Tuesday afternoon. The Storm Forecast Center has made some adjustments to the outlook for possible storms on Tuesday. From Metro New Orleans to I-12, there is a slight risk of severe storms (level 2/5), and areas along I-12 and the north are at higher risk (level 3/5). The area from the south to the coast of Metro New Orleans is at slight risk (level 1/5). Wind damage is the main concern, followed by the risk of hail and isolated tornadoes. Showers and storms last until Tuesday night. Heavy Rain Threat: Tuesday storms can cause localized heavy rains. The risk of street floods is level 2/4. Flash flood surveillance was issued in northern and coastal areas of Mississippi until 1 am Wednesday. In most cases, it can rain a total of 1-3 inches, but in some places the total can be high. Wednesday and Thursday: The front desk does not move offshore until Wednesday morning and stays still. As a result, showers and storms will continue by Wednesday morning, and showers and storms will continue by afternoon. Outside some coastal showers at the beginning of Thursday, the area becomes drier. Morning temperatures are in the 1960s, afternoon highs are in the late 70s, and lows are in the 80s. Humidity on Thursday will be lower than the front. Fridays and weekends: High pressures occur in the area behind the departure cold front. Enjoy low humidity. Temporary workers are close to the average on Fridays and weekends. The morning lows are in the 1960s. The highest temperature in the afternoon in the late 80’s under a clear sky. Humidity begins to rise over the weekend as high pressure slides east of the region. The next front may bring some showers from the end of Sunday to the beginning of next week.

Serious Threat Tuesday / Tuesday Night: The next storm system will push the cold front to northern Louisiana early Tuesday morning and to southeastern Louisiana and the Mississippi coast on Tuesday afternoon. The Storm Forecast Center has made some adjustments to the outlook for possible storms on Tuesday. From Metro New Orleans to I-12, there is a slight risk of severe storms (level 2/5), and areas along I-12 and the north are at higher risk (level 3/5). The area from the south to the coast of Metro New Orleans is at slight risk (level 1/5). Wind damage is the main concern, followed by the risk of hail and isolated tornadoes. Showers and storms last until Tuesday night.

Heavy rain threat: Tuesday storms can cause heavy local rains. The risk of street floods is level 2/4. Flash flood surveillance was issued in northern and coastal areas of Mississippi until 1 am Wednesday. In most cases, it can rain a total of 1-3 inches, but in some places the total can be high.

Wednesday Thursday: The front will not move offshore until Wednesday morning and will remain stationary. As a result, showers and storms will continue by Wednesday morning, and showers and storms will continue by afternoon. Outside some coastal showers at the beginning of Thursday, the area becomes drier. Morning temperatures are in the 1960s, afternoon highs are in the late 70s, and lows are in the 80s. Humidity on Thursday will be lower than the front.

Fridays and weekends: High pressure occurs in the area behind the cold front that departed. Enjoy low humidity. Temporary workers are close to the average on Fridays and weekends. The morning lows are in the 1960s. The highest temperature in the afternoon in the late 80’s under a clear sky. Humidity begins to rise over the weekend as high pressure slides east of the region. The next front may bring some showers from the end of Sunday to the beginning of next week.

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