Monthly Archives: November 2011

The 2011 Atlantic Hurricane Season is history! The season ended November 30th with 19 named storms in the books. Seven of those became hurricanes and three of those became major hurricanes. The only hurricane to strike the US was Irene, … Continue reading

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A Frosty Morning…

It was a cold morning across Acadiana, but it’s not the coldest morning we have seen so far this fall. Temperatures dipped into the mid 30s during the coldest part of the morning. We did see some frost, too. Lows … Continue reading

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A Cold Night Ahead…

One of the coldest nights so far this fall is on the way for tonight. Temperatures will drop into the lower 30s by daybreak, with areas from around Hwy 190 northward likely to reach the freezing mark. Take time to … Continue reading

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Severe Weather Criteria

On Saturday we saw a brief line of thunderstorms that produced wind gusts up to 40 mph. There were reports of some power outages, as well as, some damage reports. A huge misconception that I get at the station especially … Continue reading

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Saturday Soaker…

It still looks as though Saturday will be a soaker. The best chance of rain will be during the afternoon hours. Initially, we thought we might see some severe weather, but the chances look rather slim right now. The instability … Continue reading

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Cold Front On The Visible Satellite…

You can see the cold front that moved through here yesterday very well on the visible satellite image. It’s the thin line of clouds over the Gulf of Mexico. It’s always neat to see that on the visible satellite image. … Continue reading

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We had some pretty good rainfall across the area Tuesday. Here’s a look at the rain totals from surrounding airports. Many areas from I-10 northward picked up over an inch. We had a report of around 3″ at Swords, between … Continue reading

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Tuesday Evening Thunderstorms…

To follow-up on Heath’s post, here’s a look at our FutureTrack computer model for Tuesday at 5 PM. You can see we’ll be facing a line of showers and thunderstorms moving across the northern and western part of Acadiana. The … Continue reading

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Stormy Tuesday?

A cold front will move through Acadiana tomorrow night, giving us a chance of showers and storms late tomorrow afternoon. It does look as though we may see some severe weather across Acadiana.This does not look like a classic set-up … Continue reading

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A Look at the Next 14 Days…

Take a look at the 14 day forecast. The roller coaster weather pattern will continue as we could see a total of 4 cold fronts over the next 14 days. The big story is the last 2 fronts as models … Continue reading

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