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10/17/2014

Still dry, but a bit warmer

Still dry, but a bit warmer

Posted 4:09 AM 10/17/2014 by Meteorologist Robert Gauthreaux III

While warmth will be on the rise, humidity will remain well below oppressive levels.

Forecast Discussion: The surface high pressure that has brought about tranquil weather over the last several days will chug toward the Florida Coast today. (More)...

10/16/2014

Warming, Gonzalo becomes major storm

Warming, Gonzalo becomes major storm

Posted 3:48 AM 10/16/2014 by Meteorologist Josh Eachus

After a cool morning, temperatures will begin returning to average.

If you wear a jacket during the chilly morning hours, you will be able to shed it by the afternoon as sunshine will move thermometers into the lower 80s. The overnight hours will be clear but not quite as cool with a low (More)

10/15/2014

NWS confirms tornado hit Ouachita Parish

NWS confirms tornado hit Ouachita Parish

Posted 11:11 AM 10/15/2014 by APNewsNow

MONROE - A meteorologist with the National Weather Service has confirmed that an EF-2 tornado struck Ouachita Parish during Monday's storm that downed trees and power lines and heavily damaged Monroe's Garden District. Bill Parker of the weather service's Shreveport office Wednesday (More)

10/14/2014

Hurricane Gonzalo major storm, aims for Bermuda

Hurricane Gonzalo major storm, aims for Bermuda

Posted 2:05 PM 10/14/2014 by APNewsNow

MIAMI - Forecasters say Gonzalo has blown into a major hurricane in the Caribbean, churning up heavy surf as it approaches Bermuda. The U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami says Gonzalo is a Category 3 hurricane on with top sustained winds of 115 mph (185 kph) as it moved away from (More)

10/13/2014

Thousands without power due to severe weather

Thousands without power due to severe weather

Posted 3:59 PM 10/13/2014 by Brock Sues

BATON ROUGE - High winds have already begun to wreak havoc on the power infrastructure of Baton Rouge as severe weather moves into the area.

Customers without power as reported by Entergy by parish as of 5:30 p.m. are as follows:

*East Baton Rouge - 2,209*West Baton Rouge - (More)

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