A very slow moving cold front will take its time working south. South Louisiana should stay dry through the rest of the morning today, but by afternoon sct’d showers and t-storms will quickly develop. Majority of the activity will develop south of the cold front. So the big question is where the front will be during the afternoon hours. Unfortunately it looks like the front will be just north of Baton Rouge this afternoon meaning pack the wet weather gear for both local college football tailgates.
The front will continue to sag south this evening finally allowing drier air to work into the capital city. That should result in dry weather for both games. Isolated wet weather will continue south of Baton Rouge into the early evening hours.
Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday will be mainly dry days. The front will stall along the coast allowing for high pressure and drier air to work into South Louisiana. Sunday and Monday expect only a spotty PM t-shower. Highs will be in the low to mid 90°s. Tuesday slightly higher rain coverage will enter the isolated category. Highs will be in the low 90°s.