Posted 6:12 PM 4/4/2020 by Meteorologist Matt Callihan
Tonight and Tomorrow: Cloudy conditions will ensue tonight, as there is a potential for spotty showers after midnight through the early morning hours on Sunday. Overnight lows are set to bottom-out near 63° with calming winds out of the (More)
Posted 3:40 PM 4/3/2020 by Meteorologist Matt Callihan
The International Space Station (ISS), the largest human-made body in low Earth orbit, will be able to be viewed by the naked eye here in South Louisiana over the next week! If you have never taken a second to peer up at the passing space station during a clear morning or evening, this is your (More)
Posted 1:52 PM 4/2/2020 by Meteorologist Matt Callihan
On April 1, 1960, NASA launched TIROS-1, the world’s first successful meteorological satellite. A couple years before, on October 4, 1957, the Soviet Union launched Sputnik 1, which began the space race between the United States and the Soviet Union. The U.S.’s first operational (More)
Posted 7:22 AM 4/1/2020 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus
Generally, quiet weather is expected to end the week. Though seasonable through Wednesday, temperatures will be moderating.
Today and Tonight: After a chilly morning, sunshine will welcome a very nice and comfortable afternoon. High temperatures will (More)
Posted 7:39 AM 3/31/2020 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus
Beyond a cold front, some of the coolest temperatures in the last several weeks are expected. Thermometers will moderate through the end of the week.
Today and Tonight: As a frontal system crosses the area from west to east on Tuesday morning, scattered (More)
Posted 5:06 AM 3/31/2020 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus
Two warm afternoons are expected prior to below average temperatures for the middle of the week. A few showers may occur prior to that cool down.
Today and Tonight: Clouds will increase throughout Monday as moisture begins to move onshore from the Gulf (More)
Posted 9:32 PM 3/29/2020 by Meteorologist Matt Callihan
Tonight and Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy skies tonight will allow cooling to occur rather slowly, especially overnight. Temperatures will be dropping into the 60s around 10 PM, as lows bottom-out near 62° Monday morning. Partly cloudy through (More)
Posted 6:22 PM 3/28/2020 by Meteorologist Matt Callihan
Tonight and Tomorrow: Cloudy skies tonight as an approaching frontal system will allow for some spotty overnight showers to occur after 1 AM. Lows will drop near 66° into Sunday morning, with southerly winds between 5 and 15 mph. Some lingering early (More)
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