Weather Talk

The summer of Supermoons is here

What's better than a "supermoon"? Three Supermoons! The full moons of summer this year -- July 12, August 10 and September 9 -- will all be Supermoons, as NASA calls them.

National Hurricane Center introduces new tropical outlooks

The National Hurricane Center or NHC will introduce an experimental five-day "Graphical Tropical Weather Outlook" (GTWO) tomorrow, July 1 at 1:00 p.m. (Central).

Friday the 13th Full Moon

This month's full moon happens to fall on Friday the 13th- a coincidence that may seem a little spooky to some.

Dry today, wet tomorrow

We will experience another hot and dry day, but chances of rainfall return tomorrow. A few storms could be strong and produce heavy downpours tomorrow afternoon.

The El Reno, Oklahoma Tornado

Today is the one year anniversary of the record breaking El Reno, Oklahoma tornado. The tornado began at approximately 6pm on May 31, 2013 just to the southwest of El Reno, Oklahoma- a suburb of Oklahoma City.

Meteor shower approaches in time for holiday weekend

The cosmos has aligned, quite literally, for families, space geeks and insomniacs alike, as the Earth is set to intercept a new meteor shower late Friday into Saturday.

Good News: NOAA predicts near-normal or below-normal 2014 Atlantic hurricane season

Here's there latest report: "In its 2014 Atlantic hurricane season outlook issued today, NOAA's Climate Prediction Center is forecasting a near-normal or below-normal season.

Safe Boating Week 2014: Life Jackets

"National Safe Boating Week" is May 17 through May 23 this year. Topics range from thunderstorm and hurricane boating safety to wearing a life jacket. Monday's safety topic focuses on the importance of life jackets.

First significant rainfall of May wraps workweek

Significant rainfall is forecast over south Louisiana beginning Thursday afternoon and lasting through Saturday. A total of 1-3 inches of rain could fall, with some areas seeing upwards of 3.5 inches.

End of April severe storms

The Storm Prediction Center has issued a "Slight Risk" of severe weather over south Louisiana on Monday and Tuesday. (Image above)

Baton Rouge poised to break cold weather records on Wednesday morning

When you woke up Tuesday morning, you certainly noticed the cooler than normal temperatures across south Louisiana. Brace yourself: even colder weather is on the way Wednesday.

Cold weather prompts special statement from the National Weather Service

Tuesday morning, the National Weather Service issued the following special statement:

Strong storms start Easter workweek

The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has placed south Louisiana under a "Slight Risk" of severe weather Monday. 

NHC downgrades 1969 Hurricane Camille

After re-analysis, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) downgraded Hurricane Camille's peak wind intensity from 190 mph to 175 mph, but increased the number of hours it spun as a tropical system.

5 year anniversary of costliest wind damage in EBR history

On March 26, 2009, a cold front brought severe storms to south Louisiana. The line of storms caused the costliest, wind damage in East Baton Rouge parish history. Total estimates added to nearly $4.5 million in damage.