Posted 3:17 PM 1/27/2020 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus
An active weather pattern will continue through the week. Expect fast, west to east moving disturbances to bring rounds of rain about every 48 hours. See "the explanation" below for why this pattern is occurring.
Today and Tonight: There was minimal (More)
Posted 5:09 PM 1/26/2020 by Meteorologist Matt Callihan
Tonight and Tomorrow: Dreary conditions continue through the evening, with spotty to isolated light showers possible until midnight. The rain chances will diminish from west to east tonight. Clouds will stay overhead to allow overnight lows (More)
Posted 5:47 PM 1/25/2020 by Meteorologist Matt Callihan
Tonight and Tomorrow: High pressure will keep slowly departing our area toward the east, opening the door to a system that will move in late tonight into Sunday. Clouds will continue to increase tonight, with showers pushing through after (More)
Posted 8:08 AM 1/24/2020 by Meteorologist Matt Callihan
Today and Tonight: High pressure slides into our area today behind the system that brought showers on Thursday. This means clearing skies through the morning, with sunny skies overhead by 10 AM. This will stay the course through the day, as temperatures break (More)
Posted 1:36 PM 1/23/2020 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus
Times of rain are expected on Thursday. Fortunately, the culprit storm system will only stick around for about 12 hours and will clear the area in time for your Friday.
5:40am: Do expect a rather messy morning drive. A moderate batch (More)
Posted 1:08 PM 1/22/2020 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus
After another dry day, rain will return to the area. No more freezing temperatures are in the 7-Day forecast.
Today and Tonight: Dry surface air will keep rain chances minimal through the daylight hours of your Wednesday. However, moisture returning to (More)
Posted 5:47 AM 1/22/2020 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus
If you feel like we just stopped talking about this, you feel right. In the climate cycle, a lot can happen in five months. We experience a variety of changes from heat to cold and dry spells to flood events. However, in the water cycle, five months is a short time.(More)...
Desktop NewsClick to open Continuous News in a sidebar that updates in real-time.
In wake of declining sales, no plans for Bayou Country Superfest to...
Location for new Mississippi River bridge could be four years away
GOVERNMENT ST ROUNDABOUT
Accused killers still awaiting trial in Baton Rouge couple's 2015 murder
Kobe Bryant honored on billboards throughout Baton Rouge