Saturday Oct. 31 7 AM

Saturday:  Sunny.   Highs near 70

Sunday: Sunny.  Lows near 60. Highs low 70s.

Monday  :  Sunny. Windy start. More like late fall! Lows near 50. Highs low-mid 60s.

Tuesday:  Sunny. Cold start. Lows upper 40s to low 50s.  Highs. upper 60s.

Wednesday:  Sunny.  Lows mid 50s. Highs low 70s.

Sunny weather will persist through next Friday with warming temperatures = highs reaching upper 70s

For information on the tropics, visit  my “Storms” Page by clicking here.

 

2 Comments

  1. Helen Doucet

    Do you still thing it may jog more east as it intensifies? We have a flight scheduled out of New Orleans Thurs. morning. What are the odds of that happening?
    Thanks!

  2. dgilh51@gmail.com

    Thirty miles one way of the other is all we are talking about at this stage — yes it will make a difference in terms of impact, but no it’s not predictable. That’s the nature of hurricanes – you only get one storm for every four you take action on. Today is the time to act. Plan for the worse case scenario – hurricane force winds and the impact of 6″ or so of rain. If you wait to prepare until tomorrow, it will be to late. Concerning Thursday, the weather will certainly be fine to fly by Wednesday. The problem may be power at the airport and water on the roads. Can’t help you much with that – if you can delay your trip, I’d wait to see what materializes tomorrow and then call the airlines/hotels to postpone.

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