More dense fog returning tonight as we continue on with another very similar weather pattern for a few more days. Temperatures drop into the 60s for lows and sea fog will begin working up the coastline from Cameron Parish through the evening and overnight hours. This fog will again be widespread and thick with a Dense Fog Advisory issued for all of Southwest Louisiana through 10:00 a.m. Thursday.
Merryville police chief Tommy Robberson created an uproar when he notified pit bull dog owners in the town that a ban on such dogs would be enforced. A letter sent to all known pit bull owners Tuesday said they would have 48 hours to remove their dog from the town. The ordinance says those who violate it could or face fines of up to $500 and possible jail time.
A stalled weather pattern continues to keep warm and humid air pumped in to Southwest Louisiana with daytimes bringing clouds in the morning and some sun in the afternoon, heating highs up to around each day. In addition, those foggy nights we’ve seen the past few days will also be likely again tonight and most every night this week.
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