Dylan's the name and I am from New Orleans.I'm 15 Year's old and have a passion in Meteorology. I will try to update my blog daily.
By: SevereHurricane, 12:55 AM GMT on March 24, 2010
A few changes have occurred weather-wise in our area since last night, although they are not that noticeable. High Pressure that was over our area yesterday has moved east of our area and this has caused our winds become more southerly and to increase. This will consequentially keep our temperatures in check tonight, in other words, it will feel much more comfortable tonight compared to last night especially if you wear a light sweater or something long sleeved. There will be some high thin clouds thanks to the Sub-Tropical Jet-stream but they shouldn't bother anybody. Like I said earlier temperatures will not be as chilly tonight, the Northshore will drop into the upper 40's and everyone on the Southshore should drop into the low 50's. Once again we may see some fog develop overnight and it will be a little more widespread than last night, some area's, especially if you are near a body of water, could briefly see some dense fog when you leave for work tomorrow morning.
By: SevereHurricane, 12:28 AM GMT on March 23, 2010
Nothing much to talk about weather-wise for tonight. The big story will be the chilly temperatures. If you plan on going out this evening you will need your sweaters because temperatures will quickly fall into the 50's by 8pm and eventually dropping into the 40's later on. High Pressure will settle in for tonight and this will keep our winds rather light and our skies mostly clear with the exception of a few high clouds. High Pressure and mostly clear skies will allow for good radiational cooling tonight and this should allow everyone to drop into the low to mid 40's. Conditions also favor for some patchy fog in the morning so don't be surprised if there is some when you walk out the door in the morning.
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