A rare July front has pushed offshore and northerly flow is sending lower humidity all the way to the Gulf Coast.
After a dreary day Saturday across Louisiana, Sunday is bringing plenty of sunshine along with a noticeable change in how it feels outside.
Due to the fact dry air heats up faster, highs will still be in the 90s but a slight breeze out of the north to go along with the slightly lower humidity levels will make a difference to the feels like temperature.
Enjoy it because by late Monday into Tuesday the front stalled offshore will work back inland sending us right back into that wet pattern.
— Zack Fradella (@ZackFradellaWx) July 30, 2017