Showers popping up through the entire weekend.
Mostly sunny skies on Thursday, but a change could be on the way.
Heat and humidity on tap again.
Despite being late September the heat index still sits in the triple digits.
It’s been a decade since the Atlantic Basin last had four named storms at the same time, but 10 years after the 2008 season we
It’s been a heavy, moisture rich atmosphere this week and that doesn’t look to be breaking up any time soon, certainly not this week. A
A general overview of Hurricane Florence, including track and potential impacts.
A complete rundown of everything you need to know as we watch a disturbance move toward the Gulf of Mexico.
A moisture rich atmosphere will once again give way to scattered showers.
What you need to know about the three storms in the Atlantic.
The Atlantic Basin remains very active through mid-September with three named storms of different strength. While Florence will garner the majority of the headlines those in the western Gulf should pay attention to an area of disturbed weather in the Caribbean.
It’s shaping up to be another soggy day across south Louisiana on Tuesday as showers spread from the coast northward.
Florence has become even stronger over the Atlantic Ocean.
The new work week has an old friend in the forecast, one that we are all familiar with in south Louisiana, humidity.
Scattered showers not going anywhere anytime soon.
Rounds of wet weather on the way for the end of the week.
The Tuesday 1:00 pm advisory for Gordon
This post was updated at 10:00 pm While the overall impacts for the Gulf of Mexico won’t change much from the latest forecast track, there
Tropical Storm Gordon has dominated the weather headlines, especially along the Gulf Coast, and if you’re looking for a tropical forecast you can find that
This forecast was updated at 4:20 pm Monday The National Hurricane Center has issued the 4:00 pm advisory for Tropical Storm Gordon with winds currently
A bit of a sloppy weekend coming up across Acadiana with an impressive surge of moisture moving in from the Gulf of Mexico along an
The dry air the result of our proximity to a ridge of high pressure to the west, but that ridge starts to lose it’s influence on Friday.
An update on the increased activity in the tropics and what that means for Acadiana.
A predictably unsettled forecast will continue for the latter half of the work week, and even stretch into the following week.
Let’s tackle the current look at the tropics and a breakdown of what meteorologists are seeing as we get ready to go into September.
It’s the end of summer and as is typically the case along the Gulf Coast the conversation turns to the tropics as we approach the
An unsettled forecast is moving in for the work week with scattered showers and storms becoming the norm.
Summer just keeps on rolling along with no signs of easing or giving up, or even really hinting that there could be a season other then summer.
It’s another work week in the books here in south Louisiana and a quiet weather week will turn into a quiet weather weekend.
The weather has been very quiet the last several days, on top of that the forecast over the next couple of days looks to be very quiet.