Alexandria, LA

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Hi: 67° Lo: 54°

Feels like 54°F
Precipitation: 20%
Humidity: 100%

Dewpoint: 54°
Heat Index: 54°
Wind Direction: NE
Wind Speed: 5 mph

Sunrise: 07:03:11 am
Sunset: 05:10:08 pm

Morning fog, then cloudy this afternoon. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible. High 67F. Winds light and variable.

10 AM


Humidity: 91%
Precip: 20%

11 AM


Humidity: 85%
Precip: 20%

12 PM


Humidity: 81%
Precip: 20%

1 PM


Humidity: 78%
Precip: 20%

2 PM


Humidity: 78%
Precip: 20%

3 PM


Humidity: 81%
Precip: 20%


Hi: 74° Lo: 59

Hi: 74° Lo: 47

Hi: 73° Lo: 62

Hi: 69° Lo: 40

Hi: 57° Lo: 44

Hi: 57° Lo: 34

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SYNOPSIS...Moisture will continue to linger but we see a big cold front move through. We could see a few stronger thunderstorms Tuesday but humidity sticks around all week. A wet week with well above average temperatures.

MONDAY...Cloudy skies with warm temperatures. Humidity continues to linger which will help bring that daily rain chance (50%). High temperatures will be near 64. ENE winds 4-10 mph.

MONDAY NIGHT...Warm with cloudy skies. A few lingering rain showers are possible (20)%). Low temperatures are going to be near 59. SE winds 4-10 mph.

TUESDAY...Foggy start with mostly cloudy skies in the afternoon. Rain showers and a few thunderstorms are possible (50%). Temperatures will be warm with highs near 73. A little breezy with winds out of the SE at about 5-16 mph.

TUESDAY NIGHT...Thunderstorms with a few stronger (50%). It will be warm with low temperatures near 58. Winds will be breezy out of the SSW at about 8-20 mph.

~Meteorologist Abby Rinderer


Yesterday's Low 47
Yesterday's High 57
Today's Normal High 60
Today's Normal Low 40
Record High Temp/Year 81/1908
Record Low Temp/Year 15/1901
Sunrise This Morning 7:03 AM
Sunset Tonight 5:10 PM
Yesterday's Rainfall 0.64
Month to Date Precipitation/Month's Normal 1.89/3.89
Year to Date Precipitation/YTD Normal 56.44/51.73

Weather Articles

Updated: 7:37 AM - Watch our most recent weather forecasts.

Posted: 12/07/2017 - Frigid temperatures behind a cold front combined with moisture off the Gulf of Mexico have yielded a rare snowfall in many parts of South and Southeast Texas.