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Part 3: A communication nightmare

Part 3: A communication nightmare

Posted 10:23 AM 10/31/2014 by Meteorologist Josh Eachus

On October 23, 2012, the European Center for Medium-range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) computerized weather forecast model was suggesting the metamorphosis of a Hurricane by the name of Sandy into a monstrous extra-tropical cyclone. This is not uncommon for late season tropical cyclones racing into (More)

10/30/2014

Part 2: Tropical Ohio?

Part 2: Tropical Ohio?

Posted 10:23 AM 10/31/2014 by Meteorologist Josh Eachus

Not often does one go from fall, to summer, to wintry (and tropical?) weather in less than ten days' time. Then again, not every autumn has a storm like October of 2012. Saturday, October 20: I had left behind the crisp fall air of (More)

10/29/2014

Part 1: Super destructive

Part 1: Super destructive

Posted 10:23 AM 10/31/2014 by Meteorologist Josh Eachus

Two years ago to the day, a rare Northeastern United States Post-Tropical Cyclone made landfall just north of Atlantic City New Jersey.

Deemed "Superstorm" Sandy, the complex system caused 72 fatalities, the highest death tally outside of the Southern United States since Hurricane Agnes in (More)

10/28/2014

Two weeks dry

Two weeks dry

Posted 4:01 AM 10/28/2014 by Meteorologist Josh Eachus

Monday marked an even two weeks with no recorded rain where records are kept at Baton Rouge Metro Airport.

If a shower is to be picked up over the region, it will occur in the next two days.

An indicator of added moisture, Tuesday Morning fog will dissipate to a partly sunny (More)

10/27/2014

You might be addicted

You might be addicted

Posted 7:27 AM 10/27/2014 by Meteorologist Josh Eachus

Do you wish WBRZ's 7-day forecast always looked like that? If so, it is possible you have a bit of a problem. Monday marks 14 straight days of no precipitation and predominantly sunny days. With most of Southeastern Louisiana and Southern Mississippi still having a rain surplus for (More)

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