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Last Map Update: Sat, Oct. 21, 2017 at 1:38:24 am CDT

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A slow moving cold front will be approaching from the west, bringing an increased chance for rain back into the region Saturday. At this time, most of the activity should be scattered and less organized mainly in the afternoon hours, with greater chances closer to the Louisiana coast. Temperatures will be on the warm side, generally reaching the lower to mid 80s Saturday, then only falling into the upper 60s to lower 70s overnight.
A cold front moving through the region during the day Sunday will be preceded by a round or two of thunderstorms and some extensive rainfall coverage that may make the day essentially a washout. Some of the storms may become strong to marginally severe ahead of the front mainly Sunday afternoon and evening. Rain begins to taper from west to east overnight leading to cooler air heading into Monday. Temperatures will only range from 78 to 83 Sunday afternoon but cooling into the lower 60s overnight in east-central LA and southwest MS by Monday morning.
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