Jeff Morrow, WAFB

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Recent articles by Jeff:

Localized heavy rain threat Thursday and Friday

Expect mostly sunny skies and very comfortable afternoon temperatures in the mid 70°s today. → Read More

Off and on rain Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday

The forecast for Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday continues to get bleaker and bleaker as rain chances and rain amounts continue to climb. → Read More

Warming trend to end the week

Temperatures will continue to creep warmer and warmer as we end the work/school week. → Read More

Rain, rain, and more rain

Rain chances will remain likely through the next three days, as pockets of heavy rain will lead to localized nuisance-type flash flooding. → Read More

Daily heavy rain and localized flooding concerns

No doubt the Baton Rouge area is going to get caught in a very wet weather pattern. → Read More

Localized flood threat to continue through Saturday

No significant changes are expected in our weather today, with widespread showers and t-storms again in the forecast. → Read More

Flash Flood Warning issued for parts of EBR Parish

A Flash Flood Warning was issued of parts of East Baton Rouge Parish on Wednesday, Aug. 10. → Read More

Soggy Wednesday then slightly drier weather to end the week

-High pressure will be the dominant weather feature as we conclude the week. But moisture levels will remain very high leading to continual rain chances. → Read More

Tonight: Strong storms and heavy rain likely

A slow-moving cold front will work through the area late Wednesday night into early Thursday morning. A Slight Risk (2 out 5) for severe weather remains in place. → Read More

Threat for strong storms and localized flooding Tuesday morning

Monday will be a warm and breezy day. Rain won’t enter the forecast until after sunset. Early on rain chances will remain limited. → Read More

Tornado Watch in effect for entire WAFB viewing area until 7 p.m.

A tornado watch has been issued for southeastern Louisiana and southern/central Mississippi until 7 p.m., according to the National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center. → Read More

Slight chance for showers through work/school week

A somewhat unsettled weather pattern will take shape for most of the remainder of the week. → Read More

Next cold front could bring risk of storms on Thursday

The local area will experience a brief/ light freeze early Valentine’s Day Monday morning. → Read More

Slow and steady warming trend this week

There won’t be much to complain about in the world of weather this week. → Read More

Cold front delivers winter chill to end the week

A cold front is delivering some big weather changes. Temperatures will continue to fall through Thursday with most areas in the mid 40°s by mid-afternoon. → Read More

Strong storms and heavy rain expected Thursday

The remainder of Wednesday will be mainly dry as the best opportunity for rain during the afternoon and early evening will stay east of the local area. → Read More

Arctic blast arrives with slim chance for ice early Friday

Temperatures Thursday will continue to slowly fall as we see the impacts of a passed Arctic cold front. → Read More

Warm to start the week, frigid to end it

Sunday will be overcast, cold, and breezy in the morning, then a partial and gradual clearing later in the afternoon. → Read More

Warming trend ends as weekend cold front arrives

Temperatures will be trending warmer over the next few days. → Read More

Staying chilly today, another freeze likely Tuesday morning

The local area will see freezing temperatures again overnight into Tuesday morning. Morning lows will dip into the mid to upper 20°s for most locations. Make sure to check-in on people without reliable heat, bring indoors outside pets, and cover and sensitive vegetation you wish to save. Once again, it won’t get cold enough or stay cold long enough to cause issues with pipes. → Read More