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Rob Perillo 57m
Good-bye mid-upper 90s, hello upper 80s to lower 90s! Say hello to better rain chances too! No one day looks like a big soaker, but better than normal prospects of scattered storms over the next week-then waiting on a cool front...but for how long?
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Steve Caparotta, Ph.D. Sep 17
Did you hear that fall begins on Saturday?
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Margaret Orr 16h
Tired of the heat? Yes! Cold front in sight. Looks to move through late Wednesday. Not as hot Friday with better rain chances. Looks like a 40-50% chance. Fall arrives Saturday. 40-50% rain chance this weekend. Highs low 90s.
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Rob Perillo 9h
FutureCast likes the idea of better coverage of showers/storms tomorrow & Saturday. Should be 40-50% range tomorrow & 50-60% Saturday. Higher rain chances should keep our temps on the cooler side of 90F, if that's a thing! Latest Futurecast:
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Rob Perillo 2h
You may have noticed "her" early this evening but she'll be nice and bright again tomorrow evening provided we don't have too many leftover thunderstorm debris clouds. Story courtesy of
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Dave Nussbaum WWL-TV 6h
Wow! Heavy rain led to flooded roads in Jefferson, LA along Jefferson Highway this afternoon. Water was coming out of the drains!! Video by .
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Eric Zernich Sep 18
Summer just will not end as it is another July like day for Acadiana with triple digit heat indices and a few pop-up showers and storms, especially along the coast.
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Hilary Scheinuk 8h
Now, I’m no weather expert, *but*, I think a nice chunk of Kenner/Metairie near is getting rain
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NWS New Orleans Sep 19
Late Summer conditions will continue through Friday. Thursday & Friday morning lows in the mid 70s can be expected across the region. High temps will climb into the lower to mid 90's with a few isolated pop-up thunderstorms possible on Thursday.
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NewOrleansAIR 58m
Prelim AQI at 23:00 (70112): PM2.5=52 (Moderate) O₃=29 (Good)
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NewOrleansAIR 9h
Prelim AQI at 15:00 (70112): O₃=101 (Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups↗) PM2.5=59 (Moderate↗)
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Steve Caparotta, Ph.D. Sep 19
On this date in 1947, a Category 2 hurricane tracked directly over both New Orleans & Baton Rouge. Sustained winds of 96 mph were recorded in BTR, with gusts estimated well over 100 mph. Significant flooding reported in the area.
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Steve Caparotta, Ph.D. Sep 19
Tied another record at today with a high of 97°. Today's record dates back to 1904.
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NewOrleansAIR 10h
Prelim AQI at 14:00 (70112): --No readings available--
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Margaret Orr Sep 19
Good morning! Get ready for another hot day. Highs mid 90s. Record high 94 set 2014. That record will fall. P/C. Slight rain chance. 20% rain/storm Thursday. Highs low-mid 90s.
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David Bernard 8h
Flood Advisory: Affected Locations Include Metairie, Marrero, Harvey, Avondale, Timberlane, Jefferson, Gretna, Harahan, Westwego, Elmwood, Bridge City, River Ridge, Waggaman, Terrytown, Woodm...
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Jay Grymes 3h
FRIDAY QuickCast: getting "wetter" for Friday & the weekend .. but no more mid/upper 90°s. In fact, highs for next week are expected to top-out in the 80°s. Is that a hint of autumn in the outlook?
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NWS New Orleans 6h
Another mild night is on tap. A few storms near the coast are possible near the coast late. Added moisture will yield more storms Friday afternoon. Temps will remain mild to warm heading into the weekend.
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Jay Grymes 8h
Goodbye mid/upper 90°s .. and good riddance too! Could it be mid-80°s for highs by the end of next week?
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