Posted 5:26 PM 10/2/2022 by Meteorologist Jacelyn Wheat
Wonderful weather for the work week.
Posted 10:23 AM 10/2/2022 by Meteorologist Jacelyn Wheat
More sunshine and comfortable weather for the weekend forecast.
Posted 5:41 AM 10/1/2022 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus
Since September 10, only one day registered a trace of rain at Metro Airport in Baton Rouge. The dry stretch will continue next week.
Next 24 Hours: If you have been enjoying the cool nights in the 50s, another one is ahead. Morning low temperatures will be near 53 degrees (More)
Posted 9:56 PM 9/29/2022 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus
Thursday morning began with low temperatures in the low 50s, the coolest readings since April. Comfortable conditions with lighter winds will continue through the weekend.
Next 24 Hours: Another cool night is ahead. With clear skies, north winds of 5-10mph and dew (More)
Posted 3:15 AM 9/29/2022 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus
It has been breezy across the area thanks to the relative proximity of Hurricane Ian. Pleasant weather will continue with more cool nights and warm afternoons.
The combination of low relative humidity near 25 percent and winds between 15 and 20 mph with higher gusts will produce a high (More)
Posted 4:04 AM 9/28/2022 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus
The much-awaited cold front has pushed through the region and breezy, comfortable conditions are expected through the rest of the week. No direct impacts from Ian are in store for the local area, but occasionally gusty winds and ongoing dry conditions need to be monitored.
The combination (More)
Posted 5:26 AM 9/27/2022 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus
A cold front will push through the area tonight with cooler and drier air to follow. Hurricane Ian will not bring significant impacts to the local area aside from increased winds and large swells—especially on offshore waters.
The combination of low relative (More)
Posted 5:14 PM 9/25/2022 by Meteorologist Jacelyn Wheat
The hot streak is coming to an end across the Capital Area this weekend. Baton Rouge recorded record breaking heat for 5 days in a row. The first astronomical week of fall and it surely did not feel anything like fall for Baton Rouge. All records are based on readings from Ryan Field for Baton (More)
Posted 8:30 AM 9/25/2022 by Meteorologist Jacelyn Wheat
Sunday will be another hot one but BIG changes to come for the work week.
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