|Posted on 11/8/2017 3:00:00 AM.|
|Recent record breaking heat in some areas of the state will give way today to much cooler temperatures as a cold front moves in. State Climatologist Barry Keim says expect a gray dreary day.|
|fall like temperatures, LSU game, Barry Keim|
|Posted on 10/23/2017 3:00:00 AM.|
This past weekend’s cold front has brought even cooler temperatures to Louisiana. State Climatologist Barry Keim says it really feels like fall today.
"Minimum temperatures this morning across the state are in the 50s and 60s and high temperatures are only going to reach the mid 70s." Keim said. "It's going to be a stunningly beautiful day."
|fall weather, Barry Keim, fall like weather|
|Posted on 10/19/2017 11:52:00 AM.|
NOAA released their winter outlook saying La Nina will dictate a warmer and drier winter in Louisiana for a second year in a row, moving winter weather away from the southeastern U.S. State Climatologist Barry Keim says the weather could be setting up for a repeat of 2011.
|winter outlook, NOAA, Barry Keim|
|Posted on 10/16/2017 3:27:00 AM.|
A significant cold front moved through the Bayou State leaving us with some much needed relief. State Climatologist Barry Keim says this front has brought in much cooler and drier Canadian air and pushed out the warm Gulf of Mexico air. He says the afternoon highs will be in the 70s in northern parishes and low 80s in the coastal zone.
|cold front, Barry Keim, fall|
|Posted on 10/9/2017 12:55:00 PM.|
The formation of Tropical Storm Ophelia in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean makes it 15 named storms during this very active Atlantic hurricane season. State Climatologist Barry Keim says 2005, the year Katrina struck New Orleans, is still the highest recorded year for activity.
|hurricane nate, Barry Keim, hurricane katrina|
|Posted on 10/4/2017 12:06:00 PM.|
The National Hurricane Center says Tropical Depression number 16 has formed in the southwestern Caribbean Sea and move into the Gulf of Mexico this weekend as Tropical Storm Nate. State Climatologist Barry Keim says the storm has the potential to strengthen into a hurricane.
|hurricane, National Hurricane Center, tropical depression, Barry Keim|
|Posted on 9/11/2017 11:42:00 AM.|
We’ve have moved past the statistical peak of what has been a very active 2017 Atlantic hurricane season. State Climatologist Barry Keim says there’s already been 11 named storms.
|hurricane season, Barry Keim, statistical peak|
|Posted on 9/7/2017 12:33:00 PM.|
Three hurricanes are churning in the Atlantic Basin. Hurricane Irma is barreling down on the Greater Antilles, Jose is trailing Irma in the central Atlantic, and Katia is now a hurricane in the southwestern Gulf.
|Barry Keim, hurricane season, Irma, Jose, Katia|
|Posted on 9/6/2017 3:38:00 AM.|
Hurricane Irma is a Category 5 storm moving through the Caribbean, but state climatologist Barry Keim says Irma should be Florida’s problem, not Louisiana’s. He says a cold front will move over the state today and the timing could not be better for Louisiana, but it’s very unfortunate for Florida.
|Barry Keim, Hurricane Irma, cold front, hurricane|
|Posted on 8/29/2017 10:55:00 AM.|
Tropical Storm Harvey continues to pour water down on Texas and Louisiana. State climatologist Barry Keim says the worst part is it’s not over yet, as much more rain is yet to come. He says 5 to 10 more inches of rain is still possible in Louisiana.
|Barry Keim, Tropical Storm Harvey, rain, |
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