Tranquil, Unchanging

Posted 4:16 AM 10/21/2014 by Keller Watts

Tranquil, unchanging

Little change can be expected in the weather over the next several days.

Forecast Discussion: A weak cold front will cross the Gulf South Tuesday Night. This system has virtually no moisture in place that would aid in the development of any showers or even a (More)


Tranquil days ahead

Tranquil days ahead

Posted 4:14 AM 10/20/2014 by Meteorologist Josh Eachus

Another week of quiet weather is ahead. Look for plenty of sunshine and just a few passing clouds while temperatures head for the 80° mark. Overnight will be clear and quiet with lows dipping into the mid-50s.

Checking the tropics, there is an area of shower and (More)


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)...


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)


Another tranquil day

Another tranquil day

Posted 4:00 AM 10/15/2014 by Meteorologist Josh Eachus

The Baton Rouge area will notch another cooler than average day. After needing a light jacket early, the afternoon will warm into the middle 70s under plenty of sunshine.

Overnight will be cool and peaceful with lows again stretching for the upper 40s.

Hurricane Gonzalo continues to (More)


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)

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