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Next cold front forecast to push through the region early next week. We're expecting the majority of the forecast region all the way down to Cameron to reach freezing temperatures on Wednesday morning!
Overnight, skies will become mostly clear to clear with light winds out of the north. Due to temperatures falling to and below freezing in some areas, we issued a freeze warning for Rapides and Avoyelles Parish. Good night all and stay warm!🥶
Temperatures will warm up today and tomorrow ahead of a cold front which is expected to push through the region late tomorrow night. Perfect day today with highs in the low 70s, sunny skies, and a light southeast wind.
Whoa! Early morning forecast lows on Nov 13th could set the daily record at many locations and get within 7 degrees from breaking all time record lows for the month of November. Last time the lows were under 25 was back in January of 2018. #txwx #lawx #notready #cold
Timing for tonight's cold frontal passage and associated precipitation can be reasonably visualized with a look at model radar reflectivity from one of our local weather models. Most of tonight's rainfall will occur after midnight.
A look at temperatures at sunrise show what we anticipated... It's cold out ❄️! Readings spanning the 20s across the region will break the record lows in some locations. Needless to say, you'll want to bundle up before you head out this morning! #txwx #lawx
Brrrrr.. Its cold out there! 3 locations set the daily record for low temps while the other 2 were only a degree shy of being a tie. Bundle up and stay warm! ☕️🧥🧤🧣
Rain chances increase across the area as an upper level low moves east out of Mexico into South Texas. The upper low will merge with a Midwest upper trough and weaken. Rains will generally be light to moderate producing total rainfall less than 1/2 inch.
Radar rainfall estimate for Imelda... light white area is at least 20 inches, bright white area through Winnie/Hamshire/Fannett in W. Jefferson County is at least 40 inches. This event is unofficially the fifth wettest tropical cyclone in the continental U.S. history. #txwx
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