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Onward to cooler temperatures

Onward to cooler temperatures

Posted 10:07 AM 9/1/2014 by Meteorologist Robert Gauthreaux III

The average high on August 1 and August 31 is 92°. You can't get much more stagnant than that. However, as we journey into September, we'll find our average high temperature going from 92°, to 85° by the end of the month! Highs in the 80's! It's amazing! Average lows will be in the (More)

8/29/2014

Wet weather for football fans

Wet weather for football fans

Posted 11:25 AM 8/29/2014 by Meteorologist Josh Eachus

Today: Friday will begin with sunshine and a warmup into the lower 90s before afternoon clouds, showers and thunderstorms develop. Activity is expected to be a bit more than Wednesday and Thursday with scattered coverage in the (More)

8/28/2014

Anniversary: Isaac comes inland

Anniversary: Isaac comes inland

Posted 8:22 AM 8/28/2014 by Meteorologist Josh Eachus

It has been exactly two years since a hurricane has made landfall in the state of Louisiana.

On August 28, 2012 around 6:45pm, Hurricane Isaac came ashore near the mouth of the Mississippi River with maximum sustained winds of 80mph and a minimum central pressure of 965mb.

While the (More)

8/27/2014

2 years and counting

2 years and counting

Posted 8:22 AM 8/28/2014 by WBRZ Weather

The last time Southeastern Louisiana has been under a hurricane warning was exactly two years ago-August 27, 2012 as Hurricane Isaac approached the coast.

Most coastal National Weather Service forecast offices have gone even longer without needing to issue such an advisory. After the (More)

8/26/2014

Fewer storms, Cristobal a hurricane

Fewer storms, Cristobal a hurricane

Posted 5:21 AM 8/26/2014 by Meteorologist Josh Eachus

Aside from a coastal shower during the morning hours, sunshine and rapidly warming temperatures are expected to rule the early hours. By afternoon, some clouds will bubble up and perhaps squeeze out a spotty shower or thunderstorm, but most locations will keep dry today. Highs will make it into (More)

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