The bad news: It's going to rain again this weekend, and probably next weekend too.
The good news: Cooler temperatures will come with it and stay through next week.
Another slow-moving, low-pressure area is forecast to move into South Mississippi and bring widespread rain by Saturday, according to the National Weather Service in Slidell.
However, it likely won't be a repeat of last weekend's strong storms and flash flooding.
Isolated thunderstorms with rain are forecast for Saturday, but they are not expected to be severe. And 1 to 3 inches of total rainfall is forecast for the weekend.
Friday could see some showers, with a 40 percent chance during the day and 20 to 30 percent at night.
Saturday starts off with a 50 to 60 percent chance and rises to 70 percent at night.
A 50 percent chance of rain continues into Sunday, but drops to 20 percent at night.
Temperatures should drop by 10 to 15 degrees Saturday night compared to Thursday and Friday, with lows in the upper 60s falling to the upper 50s.
Highs have been near 80 on the Coast, but they should drop to the upper 60s by Sunday.