The rain has ended across Southwest Louisiana and as you head out this morning, you’ll want to make sure you have a coat as temperatures will continue dropping through the 40s. A bit of a wind chill as well with clouds lingering which will slow the warm-up throughout the morning hours.
With areas of fog back this morning, especially along the coastal areas, a few showers will also be possible for the morning commute as a warm front lifts back over the state. This will send morning temperatures back up quickly into the 70s ahead of the cold front this afternoon.
Tuesday was a cloudy and cool day thanks to a weak cold front that slipped south, this front has stalled near the coast. And the front will lift back north overnight into Wednesday. Tonight, will be cool with lows in the 50s across most of SWLA.
Temperatures have dropped quite a bit from the overnight as a stalled front hangs out over Southwest Louisiana. This will keep us from warming out of the 50s north and 60s along the I-10 corridor and southward through the afternoon.
You’ll want to carry your rain gear though as scattered showers and thunderstorms will be around at times most of the day off and on. There will also be a possibility of a couple of stronger thunderstorms during the afternoon, but severe weather isn’t expected to be a widespread issue today.
Waking up to a frosty morning here across Southwest Louisiana and even a light freeze underway for locations north of I-10 to start the morning. Give a little time to warm up the car and dress warmly as temperatures will eventually warm up into the 60s by this afternoon.
We have seen very cool temperatures as well as breezy conditions, which has made it feel even cooler across the area. This will be continuing into the afternoon as we begin to clear out and temperatures fall into the overnight period.
With the winter chill back, all we’re left with this morning is some patchy drizzle that will be on the exit before the noon hour. Clouds and cold temperatures in place will continue although the clouds will begin to break later in the afternoon.
As expected we were overcast Tuesday with a few scattered showers off and on throughout the day. Rain chances will increase overnight into Wednesday, so keep an umbrella and the KPLC First Alert Weather App handy.Tonight, will be warm and muggy with lows in the 60s across most of SWLA.
As expected we are beginning to see changes in our weather pattern and that was visible in the form of clouds. These clouds will remain in place through early Thursday, and there will be periods of rain at times as well. Tonight, will be warm and muggy with lows in the 60s across most of SWLA.
Through the afternoon clouds remain with only a few peeks of sunshine as temperatures warm into the lower 70s. Chances of rain stay less than 20% through the afternoon although sunshine will be limited. Winds will also remain gusty through the afternoon and evening, at times gusting between 25-30.
Out the door this morning the rain has ended for us here in Southwest Louisiana with temperatures starting out in the upper 40s to around 50 degrees. You’ll need the coat, but you can stash away the rain gear until next week as temperatures warm up slowly through the 50s and into the lower 60s.
Although the rain has moved out, sunshine will be hard to find as thick clouds through the day keep a chilly feel in place through the day with afternoon high temperatures stuck in the 50s, so you’ll want to plan to keep on those light jackets through the day.
As expected, Tuesday started off with fog and then we began to see showers by late morning. Showers will continue through at least midnight and then gradually come to an end before sunrise Wednesday morning. If you have evening plans it would be best to take an umbrella or raincoat...
Radar is becoming a bit more active here as of midday with showers beginning to arrive in parts of Southwest Louisiana and those chances of rain will continue to steadily increase through the remainder of the afternoon.
Monday was cloudy and cool with most areas only reaching the upper 50s to low 60s for afternoon hours. The clouds will likely thin some overnight, but this will be brief as clouds increase again by early Tuesday.
Leave the umbrellas at home today, but don’t put them too far away as showers will be on the return Tuesday. Get ready for another round of fog tonight with temperatures dropping quickly into the 50s after sunset, continuing to fall into the upper 40s overnight.
Friday was a beautiful day with abundant sunshine and seasonable temperatures. Unfortunately the weather pattern is about to change again, and it could cause issues if you have outdoor plans this weekend.
A cool start to the day as we are in the lower 40′s for the areas to the north and middle 40′s along the I-10 corridor. The good news is this morning we are starting off dry unlike what we saw on your Thursday.
After 8:00 a.m. the chance of rain starts to drop and continue to taper off during the afternoon with a much-improved afternoon ahead. The roads will remain wet for awhile this morning even as the rains come to an end, so use caution on the roads, slow down and give yourself a little extra time.
A cold and dreary day across Southwest Louisiana as we have been seeing showers continuing to move through the area. Temperatures are very cool as well as we are seeing temperatures in the lower to middle 40′s.
The umbrella may come in handy after school and after work today as the first rains of the day begin to move in out of East Texas. Radar already shows a few faint returns this morning to our west as the atmosphere begins to moisten up this morning, helping to prime to pump for showers later today
Our weather pattern is changing, and you may have noticed some subtle hints of that today in the form of high thin clouds. This is a sign that bigger changes are on the way and it involves a warming trend along with rain.
Well it finally feels like January again with highs today only reaching the 50s under sunny skies. Enjoy this taste of winter while it lasts, because warmer weather returns soon. Tonight, will be clear and cold with light winds allowing temperatures to drop quickly through the night.
With another cold night on tap, make sure to take precautions for a light freeze as temperatures are expected to be a few degrees colder tonight. Make sure your pets have a warm place to stay, and also make sure to take the necessary precautions with your outdoor plants.
A very warm and humid day across Southwest Louisiana as temperatures have risen into the middle and upper 70′s couple with the dew points in the upper 60′s and even lower 70′s provides for a very tropical air mass.
As expected, Tuesday was warm and muggy with low clouds and fog around throughout the day; scattered showers and storms were found mostly north of I-10.Tonight will be warm and muggy with temperatures only dropping a few degrees with lows by Wednesday morning in the upper 60s across SWLA.
The focus of the morning commute remains on the fog as visibilities remain very low across all of Southwest Louisiana. A Dense Fog Advisory is in effect through 9:00 AM as temperatures have warmed well into the middle to upper 60s overnight.
While rain chances do return to the forecast today, no severe weather nor flooding will be likely this week, even with the high rain chances in place over the days ahead. We kick things off this morning with areas of fog developing thanks to a warm front lifting up over our coastline and thru SWLA.
A nice afternoon across Southwest Louisiana as we have see plenty of sunshine as well as a few highs clouds, temperatures have been cooler as well as we have seen highs in the upper 50′s for the northern zones and some lower 60′s across the I-10 corridor.
As expected, Wednesday started off very chilly, but temperatures warmed up nicely under mostly sunny skies. However, you may have noticed the wind shifted to the southeast; that is a sign of a warming trend that has already begun.
The sunshine will be bright today which will help temperatures slowly warm up hour by hour through the 50s to back into the lower 60s by this afternoon. Breezes will continue to be occasionally gusty out of the north which will help to dry out the air even more.
Monday was a warm day with mostly sunny skies and temperatures that topped out in the low 70s. But temperatures will soon return to normal thanks to a cold front moving through overnight. The front might be able to produce a few isolated showers as it moves through, though the chance is only 20%
We have finally began to clear out a little as we have headed into the afternoon hours as a little bit of sunshine has peaked through the clouds and has helped the temperatures warm as well into the middle 60′s, making for a much better afternoon that what we saw on your Thursday.
As the day progresses, some sun could return by this afternoon as we sit in a lull of warm and humid air until our dry reinforcing front pushes in later this afternoon and evening. This means our temperatures will warm up to near 70 again today but start off much cooler in the 40s by Saturday
The forecast through the daytime hours still calls for increasing rain chances and harder duration rain at times which could still lead to some brief street flooding, so make sure to carry the KPLC weather app for those alerts and to track the radar.
Temperatures will stay in the 40s through mid-morning before slowly warming up through the 50s to near 60 by mid to late afternoon. Through the evening, temperatures will hold in the 50s as rain chances start to increase closer to midnight and into the overnight.
As expected, Tuesday was another sunny day although some high thin clouds started moving in during the afternoon. And we will see more of these clouds through the night. Tonight will be cool with temperatures dropping quickly; so, if you have any New Year’s Eve plans take a jacket!
For those outdoors tonight to ring in the new decade, plan for a heavier coat as temperatures drop into the 40s after sunset and continue to fall into the lower 40s by midnight. Despite increasing clouds, rain will not be an issue for your plans tonight.
Monday was a sunny and nice day with highs that topped out in the 50s and 60s. Overall Tuesday should be a repeat, but changes arrive as we begin 2020. Tonight will be clear and cold with lows ranging from near freezing north of I-10 to the low 40s at the coast.
With temperatures back on the chilly side this morning, you’ll need a jacket before heading out this morning as most of Southwest Louisiana starts out in the 40s this morning with wind chill values closer to the upper 30s.
We have seen temperatures in the lower 70′s ahead of the cold front today, but showers and storms have moved through the region and that has shifted out winds from the south to the northwest, which is ushering in much drier and cooler air.