MANY PEOPLE ARE OUT FOR SPRING BREAK. THEY WANT GOOD WEATHER. JAY: THEY WILL GET IT. IT MIGHT BE A LITTLE WARM. WE ARE TRENDING ABOVE AVERAGE AND IT WILL CONTINUE. RAIN WILL BE MINIMAL. LOCALLY, NOT MUCH RAIN. TO THE WEST OF BATON ROUGE WE DO HAVE RADAR RETURNS. TAKE A LOOK. SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS PUSHING ACROSS LOUISIANA AND GETTING CLOSER TO ALEXANDRIA. MOST ENERGY IS THIS LINE GOING SOUTH AND NORTHEAST. WE ARE IN THE MIDDLE. WE COULD PICK UP A STRAY SHOWER. FOR THE MOST PART, LIMITED RAIN. AS FAR AS TEMPERATURES, WE DID REACH 81 DEGREES AND THE AVERAGE IS 77, SO WE CONTINUE TO GO ABOVE AVERAGE. WE ARE STAYING AWAY FROM THE RECORD OF 87. OUTSIDE, NORTH OF THE LAKE, UPPER 70’S AND LOWER 80’S. SOUTH OF THE LAKE, SIMILAR SET UP WITH UPPER 70’S AND LOWER 80’S WITH 81 DEGREES IN HOUMA AND 81 DEGREES AT THE AIRPORT. 77 FOR GULFPORT AND BILOXI. AND WE ARE TRENDING WARMER. NOTICE IN MOST SPOTS, WARMER. SIX DEGREES WARMER IN BELLE CHASSE, FOUR DEGREES WARMER AT NEW ORLEANS INTERNATIONAL AND TWO DEGREES WARMER IN HAMMOND. THE WIND IS MAINLY OUT OF THE EAST, IT IS BREEZY. ESPECIALLY SOUTH OF THE LAKE WHERE THE WIND SPEED IS AROUND 8-12 MILES PER HOUR AND PROBABLY GETTING A SEA BREEZE IN GULFPORT AND BILOXI. HEADLINES, WE WILL BE STAYING QUIET. RAIN CHANCES ARE HERE AND THERE, BUT NOTHING ORGANIZED. I EXPECT TEMPERATURES TO STAY ABOVE AVERAGE. AND WE ARE IN THE UPPER LEVELS WHERE WE HAVE A RIDGE THAT WILL STAY IN PLACE AND THE SYSTEM WILL BE GOING OVER THE RIDGE. THERE WILL BE ANOTHER ONE COMING ONSHORE. THEY WILL TRY TO PUSH THE FRONTS OUR WAY. THIS IS AS FAR AS THIS ONE WILL GO. IT WILL NOT GO FURTHER SOUTH. TAKE A LOOK WHERE THE LOW PRESSURE IS THAT THE FRONT IS ATTACHED TO. IT IS WAY TO THE NORTH AND ALL THE ENERGY IS TO THE NORTH AND WE HAVE A COLD FRONT THAT WILL STAY THERE. IT WILL START MOVING OUT, EVENTUALLY DISSIPATING. IT WILL NOT MAKE IT FURTHER TO THE SOUTH. WE LOOK AT THIS ONSHORE FLOW. WE COULD GET SOME SPOTTY SHOWERS, BUT HIGH PRESSURE WILL START TO GROW AGAIN. THIS IS OVERNIGHT TOMORROW NIGHT AND GOING INTO THURSDAY AS THE HIGH-PRESSURE EXPANDS AND IT WILL BE PUSHING MOST OF THE RAIN BY THURSDAY TO THE SOUTH. I EXPECT THURSDAY AND FRIDAY AND POSSIBLY SATURDAY BE RAIN FREE. LOW TO MID 60’S OVERNIGHT. AND SOME AREAS OF FOG LATE-NIGHT, NOTHING WIDESPREAD. TOMORROW, A STRAY SHOWER. IF WE HAVE ANY RAINFALL AT ALL. AND WE WILL BE WARM AGAIN WITH UPPER 70’S AND LOWER 80’S WITH THE WIND IN THE SOUTHEAST, CONTINUING TO PUMP IN THE GULF MOISTURE ACROSS THE AREA. AND TAKE A LOOK AT THE FORECAST. A STRAY SHOWER FOR A COUPLE OF DAYS. WEDNESDAY. THEN THURSDAY, FRIDAY WE SHOULD BE RAIN FREE. MAYBE A SHOWER ON SATURDAY. TEMPERATURES ALL THE WAY THROUGH TUESDAY ALL THE WAY FROM 80-82 DEGREES. THINGS CHANGING ON SATURDAY WHEN WE GET THE SHOWER. EASTER SUNDAY, I THINK WE WILL HAVE ENOUGH MOISTURE AND HIGH-PRESSURE MOVING OUT OF THE WAY TO LET SOME SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOP. AND THEN ON SUNDAY, MAYBE LINGERING SHOWERS GOING INTO MONDAY. AND AS YOU CAN SEE, NOT A LOT OF RAIN IS OUT THERE. JUST SOME FROM TIME TO TIME.