Monday AM Forecast: A cold front later this week brings the first taste of fall weather to Louisiana
Posted 6:23 AM 10/2/2023 by Meteorologist Emma Kate Cowan
We begin this workweek with daily high temperatures continuing their streak in the 90s, but by the weekend we should see temperatures closer to average for this time of year. Rain chances remain scarce to start the week.
Today & Tonight: Sunny skies and a high (More)
Posted 3:49 AM 10/2/2023 by Meteorologist Malcolm Byron
After a weekend with highs running about 10° above average (and even breaking a record on Saturday), temperatures will steadily decline over the upcoming week. That steady drop in temperatures will be followed by a more dramatic cooldown into next weekend as our first fall cold front (More)
Sunday AM Forecast: Way above average temperatures today, potentially major cool down by the end of the week
Posted 4:57 PM 10/1/2023 by Meteorologist Balin Rogers
Temperatures are going to be running way above average today and we could get up to around 95 degrees. Our first fall cold front is expected by the end of the week which could potentially drop temperatures by a lot.
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Saturday AM Forecast: Near record high temperatures and dry conditions set to persist the next 5 days
Posted 3:35 PM 9/30/2023 by Meteorologist Balin Rogers
High's are expected to be in the mid 90's the next couple of days which could threaten some long standing temperature records. Dry air will also be in the area which will keep humidity and rain chances low.
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Posted 5:21 AM 9/29/2023 by Meteorologist Malcolm Byron
Dry air continues to invade, limiting storm chances to just about nothing in the metro area over the next week. Although we’re seeing drier air, cooler air is nowhere to be found. In fact, high temperatures will chase record values through the weekend.
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Posted 5:09 AM 9/28/2023 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus
Rain chances will be drying up into the weekend. Additionally, a few high temperature records could be broken.
Tonight & Tomorrow: Unlike the last two nights, skies should be quick to clear due far fewer showers and thunderstorms leftover in the region. Low (More)
Posted 4:38 AM 9/27/2023 by Meteorologist Malcolm Byron
Many had to dodge storms for another afternoon on Tuesday. This time, the metro area was a little luckier in terms of rainfall. However, our luck runs out in the days to come as moisture slowly but surely fades away.
Tonight & Tomorrow: The isolated storms from Tuesday (More)
Posted 4:46 AM 9/26/2023 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus
Some parts of the viewing area, like Hammond, received a fast three to four inches of rain on Monday morning. While rain chances will taper through this workweek, a small opportunity will stay in the forecast. By the weekend, dry and warm conditions should prevail.
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Posted 4:17 AM 9/25/2023 by Meteorologist Malcolm Byron
Many had to dodge storms over the weekend. Although some were able to see rain, others weren’t so lucky. However, fewer will be successful in dodging storms on Monday as the rain coverage ramps up. In fact, we’ll keep storm chances through much of the week.
Posted 5:16 PM 9/24/2023 by Meteorologist Balin Rogers
Some showers and thunderstorms will be possible today, but most will stay dry. A greater coverage of rain will be possible on Monday.
Today & Tonight: Today will another muggy and hot day. Temperatures are going to max out around 94 degrees under mostly cloudy (More)
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