The weather will continue to dry out with plenty of time to spare before the New Orleans Saints Super Bowl victory parade at 5 p.m., with partly cloudy skies expected. While it will be dry for the parade, it will be cold and windy.

Following the passage of a cold front that brought rain to the region early this morning, the temperatures will fall throughout the day and winds will be increasing to 15-25 mph. The high temperature of 59 degrees already occurred early this morning. Temperature will fall into the mid-to-upper 40s by the time of the parade.

The gusty wind will make it feel colder than actual temperatures, so people heading out to watch the parade and celebrate should definitely dress warm with layers.

The winds may even become strong enough to cause trouble with floats in the parade.

Story by Meteorologist Meghan Evans.