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SOUTHWEST LOUISIANA (KPLC) - The big weather story today is the development of the first named tropical system of the year. Subtropical Storm Alberto will remain well east of our area and we are likely to see little to no impacts here in Southwest Louisiana. Tonight, will be warm and humid with lows by Saturday morning ranging from the upper 60s north of I-10 to the mid 70s at the coast. Rain from Friday afternoon may linger into the early evening hours but should be done before midnight. Areas that did see rain could see some patchy fog Saturday morning. Scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms will be likely Saturday and Sunday. The chance of rain is 40% Saturday and 30% Sunday but decreases to less than 10% next week. Temperatures will be warm with lows in the low 70s and highs in the low 90s now through Sunday too. The National Hurricane Center has upgraded a tropical disturbance in the northwestern Caribbean Sea to Alberto with the … [Read more...] about FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Subtropical Storm Alberto to remain east of our area, with typical summer weather through the weekend in SWLA.
An area of disturbed weather known as Invest 90L is gradually becoming better defined, and chances for tropical formation have increased, the National Hurricane Center said Thursday morning.At 7:40 a.m., the NHC said that Invest 90L, currently centered over the southeastern Yucatan Peninsula, is likely to become a subtropical or tropical depression by late Saturday over the southeastern Gulf of Mexico.The chance of tropical formation is 40 percent (medium) over the next 48 hours and 80 percent (high) over the next five days, according to the NHC.The system could make landfall anywhere between southeast Louisiana and the Florida peninsula, according to the NHC’s latest projected track.Heavy rain and rip currents will be the greatest threats from the system along the Gulf Coast from Florida to Louisiana over Memorial Day weekend, the NHC said.The National Weather Service on Thursday said that precipitation models still haven't reached a general consensus on the system, with … [Read more...] about How much rain will Invest 90L drop in south Louisiana? Forecast uncertain at 1-10 inches, NWS says
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In August 1992, Hurricane Andrew hit Miami, where new KDFW/Channel 4 meteorologist Alberto Romero, was born and raised. He was 8 years old at the time, and he had a revelation. "I walked outside and saw what a Cat-5 hurricane did to my city, and I wanted to know the science," says Romero, who joined the Fox 4 weather team in January. "I wanted to know the why and how it happens, and to have an understanding of what took place. " Seven years later, Romero and his family moved to Fort Worth, where he was a student at Fossil Ridge High School. The North Texas weather, volatile in a different way from Florida's, continued to arouse his interest. "I got exposed to North Texas severe weather — the severe wind, the hail, the tornado threats," Romero says. "That kinda sealed the deal for me." In his junior year, he promised his mother that he was going to be a weather forecaster. But he took a different route than a lot of TV meteorologists: the military. He researched which branch of … [Read more...] about Hurricanes rocked Fox 4 meteorologist Alberto Romero’s weather life