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First Alert Storm Team Weather Forecast

The latest details on Central Louisiana weather
Published: Sep. 7, 2020 at 7:58 AM CDT|Updated: 1 hours ago
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ALEXANDRIA, La. (KALB) - SYNOPSIS... Moisture out of the Gulf of Mexico begins to increase on Tuesday as surface high pressure slides eastward heading into a very busy midweek period! A STRONG surface cold front is on the way for Wednesday night bringing BIG changes starting on Thursday! Details below!

TUESDAY AFTERNOON... After another COLD start, temperatures rebounding to 64-72 degrees. Partly cloudy skies. Breezy to windy conditions, with south or south-southwest winds of 5-20 mph, with gusts of 30 mph possible from time to time.

TUESDAY NIGHT INTO WEDNESDAY MORNING... Mild! Overnight temperatures bottoming out to 51-59 degrees. Partly to mostly cloudy skies. South winds of 2-10 mph.

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON... Warm! Temperatures rising to 71-79 degrees. Mostly cloudy skies. Breezy to windy conditions, with south-southwest winds of 5-20 mph, with gusts of 30 mph possible from time to time. Scattered (60%) showers and t-storms developing throughout the PM hours of Wednesday, with some of these t-storms possibly turning severe. Primarily concerned about damaging wind gusts and lightning, with a lower threat for small hail and isolated tornadoes, stay tuned!

WEDNESDAY NIGHT INTO THURSDAY MORNING... Turning COLD again! Overnight temperatures bottoming out to 32-40 degrees. Mostly cloudy skies. Breezy to windy conditions, with north-northeast winds of 5-20 mph, with gusts of 30 mph possible from time to time. Scattered (60%) showers and t-storms overnight into Thursday morning, with some of these t-storms possibly turning severe. Primarily concerned on Wednesday night into early Thursday morning for damaging wind gusts and lightning, with a lower threat for small hail and isolated tornadoes, stay tuned!

THURSDAY AND BEYOND... Thursday’s forecast calls for early morning showers and t-storms, with some of these t-storms possibly turning severe until the daybreak hours of Thursday. There remains a 20% chance for freezing rain on Thursday night into Friday morning! WELL BELOW AVERAGE temperatures are in store for Thursday through Sunday! Sunshine and a slow warming trend begins on Saturday into early portions of next week.

-Morning/Noon Weather Forecaster Tyler Hall

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