Author Archives: Chris Cozart

Cooler AIr Finally Returns

It has been a warm start to December as the average high at the Lafayette Airport for December is 74°! But we are finally going to see a strong cold front filter in much cooler air by Monday afternoon. Tracking … Continue reading

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Slight Risk for Severe Weather Monday Night

There is a slight risk of severe weather for Monday night as a cold front will move through Acadiana. Some northern parishes fall inside the SPC slight risk area but all of Acadiana has the possibility to see a few … Continue reading

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Big Cool Down On The Way

Fall 2012 has been a big roller coaster ride when it comes to temperature swings across Acadiana. Be prepared for another big drop for the upcoming work week. A strong cold front will be making its way across the area … Continue reading

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A New Storm for the Northeast

As we take a look at the latest GFS model run out to Wednesday of this coming week you can see a new weather system setting up to impact the northeast. This will be more of a classic “Nor’easter” and … Continue reading

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Tropical Storm Rafael

Here’s a look at the latest forecast track for Tropical Storm Rafael. As you can see Rafael will continue with the northerly path towards Bermuda. Rafael will track away from the Gulf. as well as, the entire US coastline. By … Continue reading

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Rain Chances Remain Minimal with No Big Cool Downs

You may need to start watering your lawn and garden as in the next 7 days no big rain systems are expected for Acadiana. Only minimal rain chances will start on Wednesday and the best chance will be at most, … Continue reading

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Finally You Can Feel Fall in the Air

The much hyped cold front has delivered as temperatures over the past 24 hours have fallen over 20° in some areas across the region. Although the official start of fall isnt until September 22nd we will see temperatures well below … Continue reading

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First Noticable Cold Front??

Here’s a look at the next 7 days. Northerly flow aloft will allow for a slightly drier day for your Labor Day with only a 20% chance for pop up showers and storms. Models are picking up on a cold … Continue reading

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Could This Be Isaac???

This is Invest AL94 located west of the Cape Verde Islands heading westwards at 20-25mph. I’m a little surprised by the way visible satellite looked this afternoon that this is not at least Tropical Depression 9. Most models have this … Continue reading

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Its All Downhill From Here

From a climatology stand point we are in the hottest part of the year for Lafayette with an average high temperature of 93°. The good news is we will start to see the high temperatures slowly decline as you can … Continue reading

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