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Tuesday PM Forecast: one more warm day before thunderstorms

Posted 4:42 PM 2/7/2023 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus

If you enjoy the warmth, one more afternoon in the upper 70s is ahead. A cold front will bring the need for layers again by the end of the week.

Tonight & Tomorrow: Low clouds and patchy fog are expected overnight. Low temperatures will be well above average for the (More)

Yesterday

WBRZ Towercam catches 'shooting star' at end of 6:30 pm Newscast

Posted 4:22 AM 2/7/2023 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus

BATON ROUGE - Sometimes, a little bit of news happens during the news. Just as Michael Shingleton and Sylvia Weatherspoon were signing off for the 6:30 pm News, WBRZ’s Towercam happened to be pointing to the perfect spot to catch a shooting star. A shooting star, is a familiar term for a (More)

2/5/2023

Sunday PM Forecast: Another beautiful day across the Capital Area, more to come for the start of the week

Posted 4:05 AM 2/6/2023 by Meteorologist Jacelyn Wheat

Only a few more dry days in the upcoming forecast.

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2/4/2023

Saturday PM Forecast: More sunshine heading your way tomorrow

Posted 7:35 AM 2/5/2023 by Meteorologist Jacelyn Wheat

The theme this weekend is chilly mornings with comfortable afternoons.

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2/3/2023

Friday PM Forecast: cold start to first weekend of Mardi Gras parades

Posted 9:41 AM 2/4/2023 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus

After nearly a full workweek of dreary weather, the sun has returned in time for the weekend. Temperatures will be cold at first but trend warmer.

Tonight & Tomorrow: With clear skies and lighter winds, temperatures will dive farther overnight. Locations along and (More)

2/2/2023

Thursday PM Forecast: staying chilly as the dreary stretch is set to end

Posted 4:41 AM 2/3/2023 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus

The threat for flooding has passed. Some light rain will be possible tonight before the area gets into a several day stretch of dry weather.

Tonight & Tomorrow: As a front moves east tonight, ongoing light showers are expected, especially early. Either way, low clouds (More)

2/1/2023

Wednesday PM Forecast: a wet day before quiet weather returns

Wednesday PM Forecast: a wet day before quiet weather returns

Posted 4:33 AM 2/2/2023 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus

The next batch of rain will arrive on Thursday. Dry and quiet weather will follow into the weekend.

Tonight & Tomorrow: Continued cloud cover is expected overnight with an isolated shower or some drizzle in the mix as well. It will still feel chilly out there with lows (More)

1/31/2023

Tuesday PM Forecast: dreary and chilly before another batch of rain

Posted 3:52 AM 2/1/2023 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus

As dreary conditions continue, a stalled front is creating a wide range in temperatures around the forecast area. The next shot at soaking rain will come on Thursday.

Tonight & Tomorrow: The very challenging temperature forecast will continue overnight as a weak front (More)

2/2/2023

6 more weeks of winter or an early spring? Groundhog Day is here

6 more weeks of winter or an early spring? Groundhog Day is here

Posted 5:16 AM 2/2/2023 by Meteorologist Jacelyn Wheat

Groundhog day is here and this year everyone is eager to see if Punxsutawney Phil will see his shadow or not. If Phil sees his shadow then we should expect more winter, and if no shadow then we are set for an early spring.

This sounds great but unfortunately, Phil is not the (More)

1/31/2023

Tuesday AM Forecast: Fog for the morning and clouds for the afternoon

Posted 2:35 PM 1/31/2023 by Meteorologist Marisa Nuzzo

There is widespread dense fog across all of south Louisiana this morning.

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Today & Tonight: There is a Dense Fog Advisory out until 10 a.m. (More)...

1/30/2023

Monday PM Forecast: dreary with more rain around the corner

Posted 4:17 AM 1/31/2023 by Chief Meteorologist Dr. Josh Eachus

Many locations along and north of I-10 received over 4 inches of rain on Sunday. A break from substantial precipitation is expected through Wednesday, but it will remain gloomy.

A DENSE FOG ADVISORY Tuesday morning for the entire WBRZ Viewing Area. Visibility of one-quarter mile or less (More)

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