Posted 6:34 AM 9/26/2023 by Meteorologist Emma Kate Cowan
Unlike yesterday, your morning commute will be dry and the chance to see an isolated shower or storm won't come until later today. It will be a warm and muggy Tuesday across southern Louisiana.
Today & Tonight: Skies will be partly sunny early today with high (More)
Posted 4:46 AM 9/26/2023 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus
Some parts of the viewing area, like Hammond, received a fast three to four inches of rain on Monday morning. While rain chances will taper through this workweek, a small opportunity will stay in the forecast. By the weekend, dry and warm conditions should prevail.
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Posted 4:17 AM 9/25/2023 by Meteorologist Malcolm Byron
Many had to dodge storms over the weekend. Although some were able to see rain, others weren’t so lucky. However, fewer will be successful in dodging storms on Monday as the rain coverage ramps up. In fact, we’ll keep storm chances through much of the week.
Posted 5:16 PM 9/24/2023 by Meteorologist Balin Rogers
Some showers and thunderstorms will be possible today, but most will stay dry. A greater coverage of rain will be possible on Monday.
Today & Tonight: Today will another muggy and hot day. Temperatures are going to max out around 94 degrees under mostly cloudy (More)
Posted 6:54 AM 9/23/2023 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus
Warm and humid conditions will continue into the weekend. While a spotty shower is not out of the question, better rain chances will arrive early next week.
Tonight and Tomorrow: Any leftover showers will slowly fizzle past sunset. By midnight, clouds will begin to break (More)
Posted 11:24 AM 9/22/2023 by Meteorologist Malcolm Byron
If you spent any time outside on Thursday, you probably sensed the return of the humidity. Coupled with temperatures in the 90s, feels-like temperatures pushed 100°. The addition of humidity is priming the atmosphere for storm development. It looks like many of us will have to dodge storms (More)
Posted 5:24 AM 9/21/2023 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus
Humidity will begin to creep back up over the next several days. Despite this uptick in moisture, rain will remain hard to find.
Tonight & Tomorrow: Another night of mostly clear skies is ahead. Though slightly warmer than previous nights, low temperatures may just (More)
Posted 5:20 PM 9/19/2023 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus
The story for the remainder of the workweek will be seasonably dry conditions with low humidity and low rain chances. Drought will continue with a conditional threat for wildfires as well. It will be warm and dry enough but not too windy.
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Posted 5:14 AM 9/19/2023 by Meteorologist Balin Rogers
Rain chances are very unlikely over the next 7 days which will not help our current drought status. Humidity will also be low. There is a conditional concern for fire danger as we experience the very dry conditions over the next week.
Posted 3:38 AM 9/18/2023 by Meteorologist Malcolm Byron
Low humidity arrived on Sunday, and it will stick around into next week. Although the air will have a more comfortable feel, rain chances will be hard to come by as a result.
Tonight & Tomorrow: The lower humidity remains on Sunday night. We’ll see clear skies (More)
Posted 4:19 PM 9/17/2023 by Meteorologist Balin Rogers
Dry air has now fully enveloped the region and should stick around the next several days . This will lower humidity and also keep rain chances near zero.
Today & Tonight: Today will be a very dry day as a dry (More)
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