Posted 4:43 PM 11/28/2023 by Meteorologist Malcolm Byron
For the last several months, it seems that we’ve had a hard time getting a lot of significant rain in the capital area.
During January and February of 2023, almost the entire state was not classified under any drought category. That changed in March, when moderate drought expanded (More)
Posted 5:32 PM 11/24/2023 by Meteorologist Malcolm Byron
As we continue to celebrate over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, there is a reason to look up and explore the night sky. On Friday night (November 24th, 2023), you will find Jupiter adjacent to the nearly full Moon. With binoculars, you should be able to capture both the Moon and Jupiter (More)
Posted 1:30 PM 11/15/2023 by Meteorologist Malcolm Byron
The Storm Station has received a few questions regarding a well-defined circulation on satellite imagery located southeast of the Mouth of the Mississippi River. Although it may have a concerning appearance, this circulation is not and will not become a tropical cyclone. Rather, it is a (More)
Posted 7:04 PM 11/6/2023 by Meteorologist Malcolm Byron
BATON ROUGE - A WBRZ viewer spotted a dust devil on Friday afternoon while working near the L'Auberge Casino. The video clearly reveals the whirlwind picking up lots of dust.
Dust devils commonly form on hot summer days, where air just above the ground heats to much greater temperatures (More)
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