Snow flurries are potential Friday morning (Dec. eight) on the North Shore, based on forecasters with the Nationwide Climate Service. A winter climate advisory was issued Thursday morning prematurely of frigid climate from one other chilly entrance.
The advisory consists of Slidell, Baton Rouge, Hammond, Mandeville, Covington and Ponchatoula. It doesn’t embrace New Orleans or areas south of the lake. The advisory begins at 9 p.m. Thursday and ends at midday Friday.
Based on forecasters, chilly rain might transition into a mixture of sleet and snow late Thursday night time and Friday morning north of the lake.
Wintry combine coming pic.twitter.com/aoUo3wKE5j
— NWS New Orleans (@NWSNewOrleans) December 7, 2017
However do not anticipate to construct Frosty the Snowman. The Nationwide Climate Service stated most areas will solely see flurries. Some mild dusting might happen on grassy areas however it’s going to soften shortly. Areas alongside the northern state line between Louisiana and Mississippi might see probably the most snow — nonetheless lower than an inch of accumulation — on grassy areas, rooftops and elevated surfaces, together with roads.
Together with the potential of flurries, residents ought to put together for freezes. Temperatures on the North Shore are anticipated to drop to 36 levels Thursday night time and 33 levels Friday night time (full forecast). Wind chill temperatures are anticipated to fall to the low- to mid-20s for some areas.
Learn the complete advisory.
Carlie Kollath Wells is a morning reporter at NOLA.com | The Occasions-Picayune. Have an early-fowl tip? Ship it to her: email@example.com or Twitter @carlie_kollath.