Laura made landfall at 1 a.m. CDT near Cameron, LA. as a Category 4 hurricane with 150 mph sustained winds.
Laura will continue to weaken to a Tropical storm then a Tropical Depression but as of this morning, Laura is still a hurricane that continues to move north inland bringing catastrophic storm surge, extreme winds and flash flooding.
Laura's track goes north then curves east, which means we will receive the affects of Laura by Saturday.
Showers and storms are likely as the remnants of Laura and cold front push through.
In the wake of the remnants of Laura and the cold front, plenty of sunshine and cooler temperatures will emerge on Sunday into the start of next week.