Louisiana Winter Storm: Parish-town parish of what to expect

Conditions begin to go downhill late Sunday night. Monday will be dangerous to travel, especially north and west of the lake.

A winter storm will bring rain, ice, sleet and record cold temperatures to SE Louisiana starts Sunday night and lasts through Mardi Gras. Most of the impact of the ice will be Monday morning to afternoon. The coldest temperatures will occur Monday evening to Tuesday morning.

New Orleans Metro

(Orleans, Upper Jefferson, Upper St. Bernard, Upper Plaquemines)

  • TIMING: Monday morning to early afternoon.
  • PRECIPE: Cold rain, but some icy rain may be possible late in the afternoon. No accumulation is currently expected.
  • TRAVEL: Some slippery spots can develop late in the morning if we see freezing temperatures.
  • TEMPERATURES: Monday temperatures will remain in the 30s, but the mid-20s are expected on Monday night. Protect pipes, plants, pets and people.

St. Tammany

  • TIMING: Monday morning to early afternoon.
  • PRECIPE: Start as cold rain, and then it may start to freeze rain that begins Monday morning. Light ice accumulation is possible.
  • TRAVEL: Light ice accumulation can lead to dangerous travel Monday morning and afternoon.
  • TEMPERATURES: Monday temperatures will remain in the low 30s, but between 10 and 10 are expected on Monday night. Protect pipes, plants, pets and people.

Washington Parish & Pearl River County

  • TIMING: Sunday evening to Monday afternoon.
  • PRECIPE: Freezing rain and sleet.
  • TRAVEL: Ice accumulation can be 1/2 “. This will lead to dangerous journeys and power outages. Travel is not recommended.
  • TEMPERATURES: Monday temperatures will drop in the upper 20s, but are expected between mid to low 10s on Monday night with wind chills approaching zero degrees. Protect pipes, plants, pets and people.

Tangipahoa

  • TIMING: Sunday evening to Monday afternoon.
  • PRECIPE: Freezing rain and sleet.
  • TRAVEL: Ice accumulation can be 1/2 “. This will lead to dangerous journeys and power outages. Travel is not recommended.
  • TEMPERATURES: Monday temperatures will drop in the upper 20s, but are expected between mid to low 10s on Monday night with wind chills approaching zero degrees. Protect pipes, plants, pets and people.

Lower Plaquemines & East St. Bernard

  • TIMING: Monday morning to early afternoon.
  • PRECIPE: Cold rain. No accumulation of ice or sleet is currently expected.
  • TRAVEL: The roads remain wet morning and afternoon.
  • TEMPERATURES: Monday temperatures will remain in the 30s to near 40s, but the upper 20s are expected on Monday night. Protect pipes, plants, pets and people.

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Lower Jefferson

  • TIMING: Monday morning to early afternoon.
  • PRECIPE: Cold rain. No accumulation of ice or sleet is currently expected.
  • TRAVEL: The roads remain wet morning and afternoon.
  • TEMPERATURES: Monday temperatures will remain in the 30s to near 40s, but the upper 20s are expected on Monday night. Protect pipes, plants, pets and people.

Terrebonne & Lafourche

  • TIMING: Monday morning to early afternoon.
  • PRECIPE: Start as cold rain, and then it may start to freeze rain that begins Monday morning. Light ice accumulation is possible.
  • TRAVEL: Light ice accumulation can lead to dangerous travel Monday morning and afternoon.
  • TEMPERATURES: Monday temperatures will remain in the low 30s to the upper 20s, but between 10 and 10s are expected Monday night. Protect pipes, plants, pets and people.

St. Charles, St. James, St. John, assumption

  • TIMING: Sunday evening to Monday afternoon.
  • PRECIPE: Rain early and then turn to freezing rain and sleet.
  • TRAVEL: Ice accumulation can be 1/4 “. Travel conditions get worse as you get closer to Baton Rouge. Travel is not recommended.
  • TEMPERATURES: Monday temperatures will drop in the upper 20s, but are expected between mid to low 10s on Monday night with wind chills approaching zero degrees. Protect pipes, plants, pets and people.

Hancock and Harrison counties, MS

  • TIMING: Monday morning to early afternoon.
  • PRECIPE: Cold rain, but some icy rain may be possible late in the afternoon. No accumulation is currently expected.
  • TRAVEL: Some slippery spots can develop late in the morning if we see freezing temperatures, especially north of I-10.
  • TEMPERATURES: Monday temperatures will remain in the 30s, but the mid-20s are expected on Monday night. Protect pipes, plants, pets and people.

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