Posted 2:40 PM 1/16/2022 by Meteorologist Jake Dalton
Early Sunday morning, snow flurries were seen across south Louisiana and southwest Mississippi. The snow flurries were so light, they were hardly captured on radar.
While majority did not stick, it was still exciting to see!
Posted 4:22 PM 1/13/2022 by Meteorologist Jake Dalton
The United States was hit with 20 billion-dollar weather and climate disasters in 2021. An estimated 688 lives were lost and $145 billion in damage was done, exceeding all of the disasters in 2020. Since 1980, there were on average 7 billion-dollar disasters in the United States each (More)
Posted 3:36 PM 1/7/2022 by Meteorologist Jake Dalton
As temperatures begin to fall during the winter season, meteorologists will often talk about the wind chill. We will also refer to it as the "feels-like temperature" because it is how the temperature feels on your skin. The National Weather Service defines wind chill as a term used to (More)
Posted 10:21 AM 1/3/2022 by WBRZ Weather Team
The warm stretch in the last week of year solidified 2021’s spot as the warmest December on record. December 28th, 29th, 30th and 31st all set records for the warmest high temperature with all four days 80° or warmer. The 29th (More)...
Posted 8:35 AM 1/14/2022 by Meteorologist Marisa Nuzzo
Baton Rouge is set to close out the year as the third wettest year on record.
Average rainfall for one year in Baton Rouge is 61.94 inches. This year we recorded 79.87 inches, near 18 inches more than normal. 2021 wraps up as the third wettest on record behind 1989 at 88.32 inches and the (More)
Posted 12:00 PM 12/28/2021 by Nicholas Lacour
Have you noticed how warm it has been lately? At least that cold front gave us a few cooler days before returning to a warm Christmas. Normally our first freeze is around Thanksgiving, and as you can see we are overdue. Winter began as it always does on 21 December (More)