Trending Hotter/Drier Sunday, Rain Returns Monday

Trending Hotter/Drier Sunday, Rain Returns Monday

BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) – Saturday wasn’t a total washout, but wet weather definitely dominated the afternoon, with rain amounts typically around an inch.

FIRST WEATHER ALERT 9:00 a.m.: Sunday, July 31(wafb)

The good news was that the dreary and cloudy conditions all afternoon kept us in the 70s. Sunday starts with patches of fog, but will be a drier day, not zero chance of rain, but until 30% chance in the afternoon.

FIRST WEATHER ALERT 9:00 a.m.: Sunday, July 31
FIRST WEATHER ALERT 9:00 a.m.: Sunday, July 31(wafb)

Otherwise, partly cloudy skies and highs in the low to mid 90s. The best chance of rain this week appears to be Monday, when we’ll have a 60% to 70% chance of showers and thunderstorms, highs in the 1990s. Rain can be heavy at times on Monday, but we don’t expect severe weather.

FIRST WEATHER ALERT 9:00 a.m.: Sunday, July 31
FIRST WEATHER ALERT 9:00 a.m.: Sunday, July 31(wafb)

Chances of rain remain high much of next week, around 50% Tuesday through Thursday, highs in the 90s. Chances of rain decrease somewhat late in the week into the following weekend.

FIRST WEATHER ALERT 9:00 a.m.: Sunday, July 31
FIRST WEATHER ALERT 9:00 a.m.: Sunday, July 31(wafb)

As for the tropics, we have nothing in the Atlantic, which is good news, and two named storms in the Eastern Pacific, Hurricane Frank and Tropical Storm Georgette. Neither seems to be a threat to the earth.

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