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Saturday PM Forecast: active pattern will continue the next several days

Posted 5:46 PM 7/20/2024 by Meteorologist Balin Rogers

Plentiful moisture is still lingering around southern Louisiana, which will keep the wet weather the next several days. Rain coverage should begin to slowly work down as we approach the middle and end of next week.

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7/19/2024

Friday PM Forecast: no weekend washouts, but plenty of storms to dodge

Posted 3:44 PM 7/19/2024 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus

The wet weather will continue with an additional 2-4” of rain expected through the middle of next week. While the next 7-Days look active, if there was a slightly drier period to pinpoint, it would be the weekend.

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7/18/2024

Thursday PM Forecast: Storms diminish tonight and a stormy commute possible tomorrow

Posted 5:07 PM 7/18/2024 by Josh Eachus

A weak front will move into the region on Friday. With ample tropical moisture in place, this front will help to trigger scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms over the next several days.

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7/17/2024

Wednesday PM Forecast: heat streak to end in favor of wetter pattern

Posted 5:34 PM 7/17/2024 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus

The weather pattern is about to turn a lot more unsettled. A front will enter the region, only enhancing the coverage of showers and thunderstorms.

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7/16/2024

Tuesday PM Forecast: Extreme heat threat to decrease as we transition to a wetter pattern

Posted 4:53 PM 7/16/2024 by Meteorologist Emma Kate Cowan

Temperatures will gradually tick off as we head towards the second half of the week. Wednesday will still be hot and humid but by the weekend, increased rainfall will bring relief from the extreme heat. 

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7/15/2024

Monday PM Forecast: Another Heat Advisory Tuesday, Pattern shift arrives by end of week

Posted 4:52 PM 7/15/2024 by Emma Kate Cowan

The extreme summertime heat continues with some relief in sight. A weak front arriving Thursday brings much needed rain and a dip in temperatures for the weekend. 

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7/14/2024

Sunday PM Forecast: Heat remains for now, with a pattern shift by late week

Posted 5:40 PM 7/14/2024 by Meteorologist Malcolm Byron

Another Heat Advisory is in place for Monday, and several more are possible in the days to follow. However, there are some signs of an eventual pattern shift. That could reduce temperatures and increase the amount of storms by next weekend.

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7/13/2024

Saturday PM Forecast: Keep lots of water on standby if outside tomorrow

Saturday PM Forecast: Keep lots of water on standby if outside tomorrow

Posted 4:19 PM 7/13/2024 by Meteorologist Balin Rogers

Water and sunscreen will be essential if outside tomorrow. Due to high humidity, feels like temperatures will approach 112 degrees! 

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7/12/2024

Friday PM Forecast: heat alerts take effect this weekend, stay hydrated

Posted 4:47 PM 7/12/2024 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus

Over the weekend, heat will become the dominant story with highs in the upper 90s and lows in the upper 70s. Once again, heat alerts will be in place and may be needed for several days as humidity will send feels-like temperatures over 107 degrees.

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7/11/2024

Thursday PM Forecast: typical summer pattern begins transition on Friday

Posted 3:47 PM 7/11/2024 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus

Friday will mark the transition from a typical summertime pattern to slightly hotter and drier than average. Over the weekend, feels-like temperatures over 105 degrees (or higher) could bring on the need for heat alerts.

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