On WDSU here in New Orleans, Margaret Orr just mentioned the possibility of some wintry mix on the north shore during the morning hours of Tuesday. Like some of you have said, just have to see how much moisture moves in once the really cold air is in place. If any of you are interested, I have a separate Facebook page name is Ryan Detillier that I do weather posts on mostly everyday. My profile picture is snow in New Orleans with a streetcar. Let’s keep monitoring the weather into next week.
Post by grisairgasm on Jan 24, 2019 22:35:42 GMT -6
Looking at GFS animation. Seems to be some moisture rolling out of Colorado into NW Texas where it dissipates and the energy sontinues moving SE. Then it appears rejuvenated as it interacts with the frontal boundary and maybe the Gulf. Just my amateur take on it.
LIX thinks moisture will be out as of this morning's AFD:
Currently, it looks like the moisture should be clear of the area by the time an airmass cold enough to support winter precipitation advects into the region. Temperatures in advance of the front on Monday should warm into the middle to upper 60s, but highs on Tuesday should only be in the upper 30s and lower 40s for most of the CWA in the wake of the front.
Winter 2018/2019 Number of Freezes: 9 CWOP ID: DW2721, CoCoRaHs Station: LA-TG-11 NWS's Ponchatoula/Hammond Area's COOP Member, Station ID 16-7425-08, PONL1