Isaac is no more. It is now an extra-tropical cyclone, or just a regular low pressure system we usually deal with. The remnants of Isaac will continue to move away from the Twin States, and that will allow our weather to greatly improve. In Isaac's wake, besides all of the problems we have and are dealing with, we will see a very soupy, tropical air mass remain in place. This air mass will allow showers and storms to be possible each afternoon, starting really on Sunday, as we start warming back up into the lower and middle 90s.
We should see a few peaks of sunshine today as the clouds in what is left of the rainbands begin breaking up, and some showers will be around throughout the day, but no heavy rain is expected on our already saturated ground. We may end up seeing fog the next couple of mornings as we attempt to dry out, but really things will now start greatly improving, especially working into Saturday.