Monthly Archives: September 2011

A Look Ahead…

October is beginning on a cool note across Acadiana, compared to normal. We’ll see highs in the upper 70s this weekend with lows in the middle to lower 50s. These are readings more-typical of late October. Here’s a look at … Continue reading

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Storms In The Distance..

   I was outside yesterday taking pictures of the clouds, and I got a little something extra in the picture. Notice the cat in the picture, and the cat was looking at me like I was crazy. By the way, … Continue reading

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Cooler Air Building…

I like keeping an eye on temperatures across the northern reaches of North America this time of year. There’s been a significant amount of cooling up there over the past couple weeks. These are the 10 PM temperatures Tuesday. Some … Continue reading

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Cooler Weather…

By looking at the temperature map, you can see where the cold front was earlier this morning. It’s obvious it was just north of Shreveport. That front isn’t moving now, but it will slowly move through the area Thursday. As … Continue reading

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First Weekend of Fall…

The first weekend of fall should be a nice one. A cold front moved through today,and it will bring in some slightly cooler and drier air in for the weekend. We will see a very small chance of rain tomorrow … Continue reading

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Tropical Storm Ophelia has stengthened some over the last few hours. Winds are up to 60 mph, but the computer models are forecasting Ophelia to remain a tropical storm for the next five days. The path should take her just … Continue reading

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The Transition To Fall Is Underway…

Check out these temperatures from Tuesday afternoon. Fall is in full-swing across Canada. While we remain seasonally warm, the cooler air isn’t too far out. A month from now our normal high drops to 79° and our normal low drops … Continue reading

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Much-Needed Rainfall…

Scattered rainfall Sunday into Monday dumped decent amounts across Acadiana. The rain was needed as much of the area had been dry since Tropical Storm Lee moved thru a few weeks ago. Here is a look at rainfall totals from … Continue reading

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A Rainy Morning…

Just about all of Acadiana saw some rain this morning, and it did come down heavy at times. The heaviest rain fell across the western parts of Acadiana. We did see a few lightning strikes, too, but we didn’t see … Continue reading

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Check Out These Lows…

Here’s an update on low temperatures Thursday morning from across the Upper Midwest. Some cities set record lows as temps fell into the upper 10s to lower 30s. Goodbye to the 2011 growing season!

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