Posted 3:29 AM 8/5/2014 by Meteorologist Josh Eachus
Another day will start off with a sun and cloud mix before storm clouds blow up in the afternoon. Once again, scattered activity is expected during the peak heating hours and thunderstorms could be slow-movers with a lot of rain and lightning. Top out temperatures will reach the low 90s.
As night falls, shower and storm coverage will decrease while skies remain partly cloudy and the air stays sticky.
Posted 3:49 AM 8/4/2014 by Meteorologist Josh Eachus
Partly sunny skies will be offered up through the middle portion of your Monday. Some of that early sunshine will bump thermometers back to the upper 80s and low 90s while humidity stays elevated. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will begin to develop around the lunch hour and become more (More)
Posted 3:58 AM 7/31/2014 by Meteorologist Robert Gauthreaux III
Forecast Discussion: The cold front that swept humidity out for the region on Tuesday has stalled in the Gulf of Mexico. On its tail end a surface low pressure system is strengthening in Texas while an upper level trough of low pressure and cooler air is diving in the Southeast. The expectation s (More)
Posted 3:26 AM 7/30/2014 by Meteorologist Josh Eachus
For late July, humidity could be oppressive, temperatures could be high and thundershowers could be scattered; that will not be the case today.
Expect mostly sunny skies this afternoon with relatively low humidity and warm temperatures near 90° for all.
The overnight hours will remain quiet with mostly clear skies and lows in the upper 60s, perhaps pushing 70°.
Posted 8:08 AM 7/29/2014 by Meteorologist Josh Eachus
The WBRZ Weather team works all year long to pinpoint and explain those pesky PoPs-as they are such a crucial forecast aspect of often showery South Louisiana summer afternoons.
There are several ways to interpret PoPs, only a few are correct, but now we'll introduce a new wrinkle to the (More)