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A mostly cloudy afternoon across the region, with warmer temperatures as we are in the lower to middle 70′s. We are tracking showers and storms as we head into the weekend, which may interrupt any plans of getting some fresh air.
We’re now officially less than two months away from the start of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season which means it’s time for those first seasonal outlooks to start rolling in with the first being from Dr. Philip Klotzbach of Colorado State University.
A few scattered showers are moving through the region very early this morning with the more widespread rain north of the viewing area. Temperatures off to a warmer start in the upper 50′s for a few areas and lower 60′s for many of us.
Early Wednesday morning, over a cup of coffee, I video chatted with a new friend who lives all the way in China. Damien Thibodeaux is originally from Lake Charles, but he lives overseas teaching English to kids through theater and dance.
A mostly cloud afternoon across Southwest Louisiana as we have seen clouds increasing throughout the morning with a few breaks allowing for sunshine to filter through. Temperatures are warming nicely as well as we have seen them climbed into the lower 70′s.
We are off to another cool start across the region as we have seen temperatures dropping back into the lower and middle 50′s as we saw clear skies and calm winds for the majority of the night. We are going to see a warm up ahead as we go into Friday, but rain chances aren’t far away.
The sister of an inmate at the Federal prison in Oakdale expresses concern about conditions for those incarcerated and whether they are being adequately protected from COVID-19, especially now that two inmates have died.
A very pleasant afternoon as we have seen plenty of sunshine and that has really helped temperatures warm as we have moved into the afternoon. Highs are int the lower to middle 70′s, which is right where we should be for this time of year.
A cold front moved through earlier Tuesday, and behind the front it has turned windy with gusts in excess of 20 mph out of a northerly direction. Temperatures overnight will be noticeably cooler with lows ranging from the mid 40s north of I-10 to the mid 50s at the coast.
Ahead of the front, temperatures remain on the warm side, but models have packed down those numbers through the afternoon into the lower to middle 70s, so our high temperatures will occur this morning ahead of the front’s arrival.
Clouds will continue to increase through the afternoon into the evening, temperatures will be warmer too with lows only reaching the mid to upper 60s. Showers have been limited through the afternoon, but will likely increase late tonight into the overnight hours.
Citing market conditions, Shell says it is dropping out of the proposed Lake Charles LNG project. The project was proposed to be 50/50 between Shell and Energy Transfer. The companies were to convert Energy Transfer’s existing import terminal in Lake Charles to an LNG export facility.
Many Louisiana households who received Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits in March will see an extra boost on their SNAP cards Tuesday, following a waiver from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) authorizing supplemental SNAP benefits to bring each household to its maxim
With the return of clouds overnight, temperatures have still managed to drop into the 60s making for a decent feel outside early in the day. Clouds will continue moving in through the day and will be accompanied by some passing showers this afternoon and evening.
The announcement shared by Texas Governor Greg Abbott Sunday, March 29 means all Louisianans are required to quarantine for 14-days before entering Texas. It does not mean Louisianans are banned from traveling to Texas.