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New Orleans Weather 10 day forecast 06 09 11

New Orleans Weather 10 day forecast

New Orleans Weather 10 day forecast New Orleans weather 10 day forecast

Welcome to the Who Dat? Do Dat! New Orleans weather 10 day forecast! This is your New Orleans weather 10 day forecast. It will be updated daily. The New Orleans weather 10 day forecast is a valuable tool for planning all of your New Orleans outings. While you are here in NOLA there are plenty of people to see, places to go and things to do and the New Orleans weather 10 day forecast will come in very handy. The weather in New Orleans changes day to day. This is because of the city’s proximity to water. This is one of the reasons the New Orleans weather 10 day forecast is so valuable if you are traveling to New Orleans. Don’t miss any of them. Make sure you are not caught unawares. Be prepared for the Louisiana weather changes. Quick and convenient, just check here before you make your plans for the day!

High /
Low (°F)
Precip. %
Today
Jun 09
PM T-Storms 87°/74° 50 %
Fri
Jun 10
Partly Cloudy 92°/75° 20 %
Sat
Jun 11
Scattered T-Storms 90°/75° 30 %
Sun
Jun 12
Mostly Sunny 91°/76° 10 %
Mon
Jun 13
Sunny 92°/77° 0 %
Tue
Jun 14
Partly Cloudy 92°/77° 10 %
Wed
Jun 15
Isolated T-Storms 92°/77° 30 %
Thu
Jun 16
Isolated T-Storms 91°/73° 30 %
Fri
Jun 17
Scattered T-Storms 90°/78° 60 %
Sat
Jun 18
Scattered T-Storms 91°/78° 60 %

 

Good Morning NOLA! Have a terrific Thursday.  Through 6pm: Partly cloudy with temperatures steady near the upper 80s. Winds SE at 5 to 10 mph.  Mixed clouds and sun this morning. Scattered thunderstorms developing this afternoon. High 87F. Winds ESE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 50%. Isolated thunderstorms this evening. Skies will become partly cloudy after midnight. Low 74F. Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 30%.  Check out the new exhibit at the THNOC.  The Creole Tomato Festival is next weekend.  This city never sleeps so don’t miss a thing . I hope your  plans include music.  It is good for the soul. The weather should cooperate so get out and enjoy.  The week ahead looks pretty good. Don’t worry about those scattered showers over the week ahead but all in all looks great. The book siginings at the 1850’s House Store went great. They still have books in the store and I will be back in the Quarter soon. So make plans to come out a get your personalized copies of “I Love You Bigger Than The Sky!” and “IF I Were A French Quarter Rat”.  Whatever you decide to do today, enjoy! See y’all in NOLA!

Sharon Denise Talbot

Don’ t forget to check back tomorrow for your New Orleans weather 10 day forecast.

New Orleans Weather 10 day forecast


Flame Retardant Test – New Orleans Insulating Foam

http://www.EnviroGreenInsulation.com/ New Orleans based Foam Insulation Company EnviroGreen contractor Jeff Haag does a demonstration to show which polyurethane spray foam is more flame retardant.

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Photo Gallery Update – Photo Gallery Software – video

http://www.PicVidHosting.com Capture outstanding photos with these photo gallery update easy-to-learn tips. For landscapes, look for an unusual angle or spectacular sky. Familiarity with your cameras strengths and limitations will enable you to intuitive

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New Food Product Hits & Misses | 3 Feb 2010

Phil Lempert, supermarket guru, rates new foods and assigns each a rating based on: taste, health, ingredients, appearance, sustainability, preparation, packaging and value.

Duration : 4 min 27 sec

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New Orleans Weather 10 day forecast 02 15 11

New Orleans Weather 10 day forecast

New Orleans Weather 10 day forecast New Orleans weather 10 day forecast

Welcome to the Who Dat? Do Dat! New Orleans weather 10 day forecast! This is your New Orleans weather 10 day forecast. It will be updated daily. The New Orleans weather 10 day forecast is a valuable tool for planning all of your New Orleans outings. While you are here in NOLA there are plenty of people to see, places to go and things to do and the New Orleans weather 10 day forecast will come in very handy. The weather in New Orleans changes day to day. This is because of the city’s proximity to water. This is one of the reasons the New Orleans weather 10 day forecast is so valuable if you are traveling to New Orleans. Don’t miss any of them. Make sure you are not caught unawares. Be prepared for the Louisiana weather changes. Quick and convenient, just check here before you make your plans for the day! 

High /
Low (°F)
Precip. %
Today
Feb 15
Partly Cloudy 70°/52° 10 %
Wed
Feb 16
Mostly Sunny 70°/53° 10 %
Thu
Feb 17
Mostly Sunny 71°/55° 0 %
Fri
Feb 18
Partly Cloudy 74°/54° 0 %
Sat
Feb 19
Partly Cloudy 67°/52° 10 %
Sun
Feb 20
Partly Cloudy 68°/58° 0 %
Mon
Feb 21
Isolated T-Storms 71°/57° 30 %
Tue
Feb 22
Showers 69°/55° 60 %
Wed
Feb 23
Showers 66°/52° 60 %
Thu
Feb 24
Partly Cloudy 64°/53° 20 %

 Good Morning NOLA!  Can you believe our high today is seventy?  Lots of sun in the forecast for the next week and warmer daytime temperatures.  It should be a beautiful week with no rain in the forecast until a week from now.  If this kind of weather holds through Mardi Gras, look out Crescent City.  I’m going to have to dig up some t-shirts and clothes more suited to this spring like weather.  My heavy sweaters and boot won’t work right now.  Even in jeans and light weight button up shirt yesterday I was a little warm.  Oh well, you know how it goes do don’t pack away the winter stuff just yet.  I said yesterday I was going back to the flip flops so I guess a pedi  is on the agenda for today.  I hope everyone had a great Valentine’s Day and that today is no different.  Letting people know how much you love them doesn’t have to be relagated to one day a year.  As Lenny would say “Let Love rule!”  Have a great day and I’ll see you in NOLA!   

Sharon Denise Talbot

Don’ t forget to check back tomorrow for your New Orleans weather 10 day forecast.

New Orleans Weather 10 day forecast


What to do in New Orleans?

Next Summer I am going to New Orleans for a week in July. I will primarily be attending a conference and helping to rebuild some of the natural life(planting trees), so I won’t have too much time to spend there. What are the must-sees in New Orleans? I like seeing historical points and more the more innocent attractions.
I am looking for a family-type vacation. Any fun museums around there?

There are some nice walking tours in the french quarter and in the garden district. There is a pharmacy museum in the quarter. There are tons of art galleries and antique shops.


Napoleon House – New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

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TripAdvisor™ TripWow Napoleon House New Orleans to New Orleans by TravelPod Attractions.

Title: Napoleon House New Orleans

Cities visited on this trip:
– New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

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“Mario – Napoleon House”
from a blog entry titled “New Orleans”
by TravelPod member chris-barbara

“Napoleon house rest.”
from a blog entry titled “New Orleans 3rd day”
by TravelPod member lagalag1

“Napoleon House #1″
from a blog entry titled “New Orleans, Louisiana”
by TravelPod member lukeroyle

“Napoleon House #2″
from a blog entry titled “New Orleans, Louisiana”
by TravelPod member lukeroyle

“Napoleon House #3″
from a blog entry titled “New Orleans, Louisiana”
by TravelPod member lukeroyle

“Napoleon House”
from a blog entry titled “hanging out in NOLA”
by TravelPod member stephtodd

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New Orleans tourism info needed?

does anyone know of the popular tourist attractions in New Orleans of the 1920’s were? or even in the 1910’s is okay too.

1910 New Orleans Pelicans (87-53) Baseball team – Shoeless Joe Jackson

Mardi Gras festivities

Bands & Musicians

as a Port city alcohol & women were very popular.


What to do in New Orleans? Metairie safe & close to French-Q?

I am going during the Essence music festival. If you are from N.O. or have visited please give me your opinion on the best resturants, ferries boats, bars, club, attractions, etc. Don’t forget a safe place to stay and parking advice thanks!

Metairie is NOT close to the French Quarte – it is a mostly middle class suburb to the west of the city. Metairie was damaged by Katrina but did not suffer the really extensive flooding that devastated New Orleans so it has almost fully recovered.

Katrina flooded about 80% of New Orleans with salt water, and the water stayed for almost a month. Much of the city is still struggling to recover and all you have to do to see devastation is drive around. It will take years for NOLA to fully recover from Katrina.

However, the parts of the city that tourists usually visit were not flooded. It’s not a coincidence – the French Quarter and other old parts of the city were built on relatively high ground and only suffered wind damage from Katrina. Almost all of the damage has been repaired and you have to look closely in the FQ or city center to see that Katrina happened at all.

If you drive or rent a car, put your car in a lot or garage and leave it there unless you are traveling away from downtown. You don’t need a car to get around in the French Quarter, Central Business District, or Warehouse District. Also, the parking regulations are Byzantine and there are lots of "parking control agents".

The regional transit authority (www.norta.com) sells 1 and 3 day passes that offer unlimited use of buses and streetcars for the day(s) you select.

There is always music, but the bands change: Go to www.bestofneworleans.com and click on Music then Listings or to www.offbeat.com and click on Listings, then Music.

Wander around the French Quarter, enjoy the architecture, watch the street entertainers (do tip), and visit some of the historic buildings that have been turned into museums. Most of them charge admission but some are free (go to www.frenchquarter.com and click on Historic Attractions).

Assuming the weather is nice, you can collect a sandwich lunch and eat in the riverfront park (watch the shipping) or in Jackson Square (a very nice park).

The Riverwalk shopping center has a food court with dining overlooking the river (www.riverwalkmarketplace.com)…

Cafe du Monde is in the French Quarter and you shouldn’t miss having cafe au lait & beignets (www.cafedumonde.com). Another great coffee shop is the Croissant d’Or (at 615 Ursulines Street), which is open from 7:00am to 2:00pm and has food other than pastry.

There is a free ferry across the Mississippi at the "foot" of Canal Street. It is a short trip but like a harbor cruise w/o a guide.

The Aquarium and Audubon Zoo are world-class attractions (www.auduboninstitute.org) and you should see them if you can. There is a shuttle boat (not free) between the Aquarium (which is next to the French Quarter) and the Zoo (which is several miles away). You can also drive to the Zoo (which has free parking) or take public transit from the French Quarter.

New Orleans is home to a number of other museums, such as the National World War II Museum (www.ddaymuseum.org) and the New Orleans Museum of Art (www.noma.org). Both can be reached by public transit: The WWII museum is in the central business district but a long walk from the French Quarter and NOMA is not within walking distance of downtown but has free parking if you choose to drive there…

Crime tends to become a topic in questions about New Orleans. Use the same common sense you need in every major city in the world and there is little chance you will be a victim of anything except a need to visit the gym: Pay attention to your surroundings. Stay away from anywhere dark & deserted. Pay attention to your feelings – if anyone or anywhere gives you a bad feeling, leave the area. Don’t leave something like a camera-bag or backpack unattended on a park bench while you wander off to take photos. Etc.

Hope you have a good visit!


Travel to New Orleans

You know about Mardi Gras, the French Quarter and Bourbon Street, but there’s so much more to learn. Find out more about life with http://www.WatchMojo.com in the Big Easy: New Orleans.

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