Monthly Archives: December 2011

Cold Front is Coming

A cold front that is right at the pan handle of Oklahoma and Texas is barreling its way southeast and will be through our area early Sunday. I hope you enjoyed this tease of spring like temperatures because behind expect … Continue reading

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Dense Fog

  Dense fog has been a problem across Acadiana for the last few mornings. We will see more fog tomorrow morning as we are under a Dense Fog Advisory from midnight until 9 AM. If you have to travel early … Continue reading

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Spring-Like Weather…

It’s early winter, but it felt more like spring today as temperatures rose into the upper 60s to low 70s.  With some cumulus clouds filling the sky today, it even looked like spring. As high pressure at the surface sits … Continue reading

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Nice Weather Will Return…

  After some cloudy and rainy days, we’re finally going to see some nice weather return to Acadiana. We will see a good supply of sun tomorrow and for the rest of the week. Highs for the rest of the … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas!

The Live Doppler 10 Storm Tracker Weather Team would like to wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas.  We hope you enjoy this very special time of year.

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Straight-line Winds Rip Parts Of Acadiana…

A line of thunderstorms along a cold front Thursday morning produced strong winds and some damage in Acadiana.  This picture is courtesy of the National Weather Service in Lake Charles, taken at the former Fruit of the Loom plant near … Continue reading

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Tornado Strikes DeQuincy…

Here’s a look at the track of a short-lived tornado in DeQuincy Tuesday morning.  The twister blew the roof off the west wing of the patient care facility, damaging three cars in the parking lot, but no injuries were reported.  … Continue reading

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Snowstorm Leaves Its Mark…

The weather system kicking out of the Southwest Monday left its mark over parts of New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, and Kansas.  You can see some of the snow on the ground across the region (note some of the white … Continue reading

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Check out the raging snowstorm to our northwest!  Parts of Southeast Colorado and Southwest Kansas will see 15″-20″ before the storm departs, with localized spots between 20″-25″.  If you want a white Christmas, head to Colorado!  This same system will … Continue reading

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Unsettled Weather Pattern…

    The weather pattern will be unsettled for the next week. We will see a nice day tomorrow and Monday, then the rain will return Tuesday. The storm system Tuesday will be a potent system, so we may see … Continue reading

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