Weather forecast for Super Bowl Week in New Orleans

The game may be indoors but many fan activities are outdoors, SB Nation weather contributor and meteorologist Brian Neudorff takes a look at the weather forecast for the remainder of the week in New Orleans.

Just because the Super Bowl is being played indoors doesn't mean there won't be a lot of activities outdoors for fans. The worst of the weather happens today as a cold front pushes across the state. Most of the rain and storms will occur during the morning with windy conditions for the afternoon and into the evening. Temperatures will turn colder through the afternoon and evening. It will be chilly and dry for Thursday.

The rest of the week is quiet, and pleasant with partly to mostly sunny skies and temperatures warming back up to the mid- to upper-60s by Super Bowl Sunday. Full detailed forecast for the week found below.

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TODAY: Rain showers and thunderstorms, mostly during the morning. Mostly cloudy and windy.
WINDS: WSW 20 to 30 mph
HIGH: 67 falling to the 50s by the afternoon.

THURSDAY: Cooler with sunny skies.
WINDS: NW 5 to 15 mph
LOW: 43 HIGH: 56

FRIDAY: Sunny skies
LOW: 47 HIGH: 61

SATURDAY: Mix of sunshine and clouds
LOW: 47 HIGH: 65

SUNDAY: Mostly sunny and mild.
LOW: 48 HIGH: 67

Follow the weather on Twitter, @NFL_WXMAN.

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