Official Twitter account for the National Weather Service Lake Charles, LA. Details: http://t.co/DT7PGbdIaq
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.
11/14/19 9:09 am - 🌧️Dreary, drizzly and cool as scattered showers are expected to continue through much of the day. The good news? If you can make it through today, sunnier and drier weather is just around the corner ☀️! #lawx #txwx
A few showers can be expected this evening as an upper level trough moves across the area. Expect decreasing cloudiness after midnight. High pressure ridges into the area tomorrow bringing sunny skies and warmer temperatures.
After the dreary weather yesterday, a much awaited stretch of dry weather is upon us! With a gradual warming trend and an abundance of sunshine, you'll want to switch out the umbrella for a pair of sunglasses for the next several days ☀️😎. #lawx #txwx
Not a whole lot going on with the weather this weekend, so instead of a forecast graphic, here' s a nice pano of a beautiful sunset at the office. Have a great weekend!
Good Afternoon, Fair weather to be expected today with high temps getting into the low to mid 60's. Enjoy your day!☀️😃
As we enter a warming trend we'll see overnight low temperatures warm up a bit to the 40s for most areas of the forecast region. Another nice day to start the week tomorrow with sunny skies and temperatures in the mid-upper 60s.
Remember that one time you let your classmates copy your report?📝 That has been the daily forecast for the last few days. The temperatures warmed a bit, but most of the forecast has remained the same! 😎 #txwx #setx #lawx #swla #weather
Much warmer temperatures for the forecast areas this week. We'll see highs peak in the mid-upper 70s. Rain chances will increase towards the end of the week before the above normal temperatures return to normal.
High pressure across the area will bring mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures for the next several days.
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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