|Posted on 12/11/2017 2:50:00 PM.|
Totals are in for last week’s historic snow event and Kentwood saw the most with 6 and a half inches. That’s according to Shawn O’Neil with the National Weather Service in Slidell, who says parts of the Baton Rouge area saw three to five inches.
|Kentwood, National Weather Service, Shawn O'Neil, snow fall|
|Posted on 12/7/2017 12:22:00 PM.|
There’s a lot of talk of wintery mix tomorrow morning and Alek Krautmann with the National Weather Service in Slidell says the Florida Parishes are in for some rain tonight transitioning into sleet and possibly snow by morning. He says we’ll see temperatures in the low 40s throughout today.
|National Weather Service, Alek Krautmann, Devyon Hill, rain, snow, freezing|
|Posted on 12/6/2017 10:08:00 AM.|
By Kelley Ray
Central and southern Louisiana are in store for heavy rains over the next couple of days. An arctic cold front moved in yesterday plummeting temperatures and bringing a lot of moisture. Phil Grigsby with the National Weather Service says the strong winds will drop the wind chill to near freezing.
|Phil Grigsby, National Weather Service, snow, ice|
|Posted on 10/27/2017 3:00:00 AM.|
|The University of Louisiana at Monroe now has a Doppler weather radar, helping to bridge a gap in identifying severe storms in northeast Louisiana. ULM received a 3-million-dollar grant through the Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness to acquire a radar to assist weather forecasters. Assistant Professor of Atmospheric Science Todd Murphy says it helps bridge an area of northeast Louisiana.|
|National Weather Service, University of Louisiana at Monroe, Meteorologists, doppler radar|
|Posted on 10/5/2017 11:11:00 AM.|
Tropical Storm Nate has the potential to become a Category one hurricane and make landfall on the southeast Louisiana coast Sunday morning. Meteorologist with the National Weather Service in New Orleans Phil Grigsby says Nate is expected to move fast, which will keep rainfall totals and storm surge low.
|Tropical Storm Nate, National Weather Service, Phil Grigsby|
|Posted on 8/31/2017 3:34:00 AM.|
Harvey is finally moving out of Gulf Coast, but forecasters are now keeping an eye on a tropical disturbance near southern Mexico. Andy Tingler with the National Weather Service says there is a low chance this system could develop into a tropical depression or storm over the next five days.
|tropical disturbance, National Weather Service, Andy Tinger, Harvey|
|Posted on 8/28/2017 11:03:00 AM.|
Flash flood watches are out across south and central Louisiana as Tropical
Storm Harvey moves back into the Gulf of Mexico and is expected to make a
second landfall near the Texas/Louisiana border on Wednesday. National Weather
Service Meteorologist Kent Kuyper says this continuing cycle of rain is
expected to stay until Thursday.
|Harvey, National Weather Service, Flash Flood, Kent Kuyper|
|Posted on 2/28/2017 11:04:00 AM.|
Mardi Gras 2017 could go down as the warmest Fat Tuesday on record in the Bayou state. Forecaster with the National Weather Service in New Orleans, Phil Grigsby, says the current record was set back in 1917 at 83 degrees. He says temperatures could surpass that today.
|Mardi Gras, warm, Phil Grigsby, National Weather Service|
|Posted on 2/8/2017 5:59:00 AM.|
The National Weather Service is working to confirm exactly how many tornadoes touched down in Louisiana and how much damage they caused. Slidell forecaster Mike Efferson says their preliminary estimates are that 60 homes were damaged by a twister in New Orleans. He says they believe it was at least an EF2.
|Mike Efferson, National Weather Service, tornadoes|
|Posted on 1/5/2017 11:33:00 AM.|
Precipitation is moving into Louisiana over the next 24 hours bringing in the possibility of light snow. That’s according to Patrick Omundson with the National Weather Service in Shreveport who says Louisiana likely won’t see any snow accumulation and the majority will fall along the Arkansas state line. He says the snow will start mid-day tomorrow.
|National Weather Service, snow, Patrick Omundson|
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