COVID-19 relief, a $1.4 trillion catchall spending package, and defense policy — and a final burst of judicial nominees — dominate a truncated two- or three-week session occurring as the coronavirus pandemic rockets out of control in President Donald Trump’s final weeks in office.
Rain has finally come to an end as the front has passed through Southwest Louisiana, but the afternoon has turned into a breezy one as winds are out of the north around 20 mph with gust up tp 30 mph. Temperatures will be falling this evening so if you plan on being out then make sure to grab a jack
Rain has been off and on all day as we are still watching the low pressure working its way to the east very slowly. Rain will continue as we head through the rest of the evening and into the overnight hours and will be heavy at times, but the good news is the severe threat remains very low.
As expected, we saw numerous showers and thunderstorms Friday, and we may see more rain off and on through the weekend. An area of upper-level low pressure northwest of our area will move east through the weekend.
In coordination with state public health officials, the Southeastern Conference and university officials, LSU Athletics Friday announced plans welcoming ticketed fans to the Maravich Center for the 2020-21 men’s and women’s basketball season.
A few showers are around this morning, but as we are heading throughout our Friday rain chances will continue to increase as well as the heavy rain threat. Temperatures this morning will be on the rise this morning as we see winds turning more out of the south and that will bring dew points back in
While Black Friday and Cyber Monday might have some great deals, holiday shopping can come with risks. So, Attorney General Jeff Landry is offering the some tips to help Louisiana consumers shop safely online and in-person.
Showers and storms have been around for our Thanksgiving bringing some heavy rain and thunder to locations mainly south of I-10. Temperatures have been held in check though as we have seen plenty of clouds around the region and highs have only reached into the lower 70′s.