Weather in New Orleans by ryan and collin

Hurricanes and tornadoes are likely to occur in New Orleans because hurricanes need the ocean to form and New Orleans is near the coast.

The ocean and wind currents affect our location by making it warmer because the currents heading to New Orleans are warmer.

Land breezes and sea breezes affect our location by making it warmer at night and cooler in the day.

I had to take a screenshot to show the weekly forecast.
Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina

Most rainfall is seen in January and February.

On average the hottest month is August and the coolest is January.

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