WBRZ Weather

10/10/2014

Just keep swimming through the humidity

Just keep swimming through the humidity

Posted 3:58 AM 10/10/2014 by Meteorologist Robert Gauthreaux III

It hasn't changed too much this week as we've kept a summer-like feel. An area of high pressure in the eastern Gulf of Mexico is helping to keep the warm and humid conditions in the forecast. Although the chance of showers aren't impossible, rain coverage will be fairly low over the next couple (More)

10/9/2014

Deja vu

Deja vu

Posted 4:05 AM 10/9/2014 by Meteorologist Robert Gauthreaux III

Similar story as yesterday, as well as through the weekend. An area of high pressure off the east coast of Florida is helping keep the warm and humid conditions in the forecast. Although not impossible, rain chances are fairly low over the next few days. Perhaps a better chance of showers exists (More)

10/8/2014

Typical, or maybe Indian

Typical, or maybe Indian

Posted 7:26 AM 10/8/2014 by Meteorologist Josh Eachus

Last weekend a refreshing cold front pushed through the region. Now the area is again stuck with warm and sticky conditions. Viewer Edwin Durabb of Baton Rouge emailed the WBRZ Weather Team asking if this is this a typical October in South Louisiana or perhaps an "Indian Summer?"

In case (More)

10/7/2014

A sight for tired eyes

A sight for tired eyes

Posted 9:28 AM 10/7/2014 by Meteorologist Josh Eachus

For the second time in 2014, earthlings will have the opportunity to spot the "blood moon" otherwise known as a lunar eclipse. A full lunar eclipse occurs when the Earth positions itself between the sun and the moon. As a result, Earth casts a shadow on the moon that appears reddish (More)

10/8/2014

Mind over motherboard

Mind over motherboard

Posted 6:15 AM 10/8/2014 by Meteorologist Josh Eachus

A non-thunderstorm event in Southeastern Louisiana on Monday served as a prime example of why meteorologists cannot only rely on the often publicized "computer forecast models."

In the pre-dawn hours of Monday, October 6 (12z), a squall line of nasty thunderstorms flared up ahead (More)

10/6/2014

Close call on afternoon storms

Close call on afternoon storms

Posted 6:19 AM 10/6/2014 by Meteorologist Josh Eachus

An ongoing complex of showers and thunderstorms in the Arklatex Region diving southward is expected to weaken as it approaches the local area this afternoon. Skies will be sunny early with some cloud development by lunch time. With the afternoon hours may come isolated shower and thunderstorm (More)

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