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01:31 min | 5 months ago

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"Stop the Home Depot. How doers get more done. US only see store for details. WWL news time for 07 years, the local weather expert forecasts tropical moisture surging up toward the northern Gulf coast, while at the same time a cold front is going to be marching southward will have to see what happens when they interact with each other over the Gulf Coast. But it does look like is cooler, less humid air but also cloudy skies and some scattered showers starting off with this weekend or tomorrow. Partly cloudy skies and a mild evening with overnight lows into the seventies heading into Friday morning, partly to mostly cloudy skies for Friday afternoon mile high temperatures around 83 degrees and a bit less human dew points have been in the upper sixties Low seventies, which is fairly comfortable for this time of year. And an even drier airmass is on the way for this weekend so we will start to feel maybe a little bit more life fall along with temperatures highs in the upper seventies and low eighties. As we continue one through early next week. High temperatures will remain upper seventies and dew point staying in that more comfortable range. However, while at the same time we'll have some tropical moisture kind of overrunning that dry air at the surface and will stay under mostly cloudy skies look about a 40% chance for scattered showers. From your weather. Expert Forecast center. I'm definitely LTV chief meteorologist Chris Franklin. It's 84 degrees right now on both sides of the lake for the latest on the pandemic. Visit wwl dot com slash corona fires for 24 7 updates.

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01:39 min | 5 months ago

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"You're Steve Geller with WWL Sports ST. Got a weak one win over the Buccaneers. Butt head coach Sean Payton wasn't pleased with his own play calling Runningback Alvin Kamara doesn't feel it was anything campus defense did just the black and gold needing to get into a groove? I don't think they did anything to really stop things just kind of found floating in the river is the first week I think next week will be better. We choose a prime time Monday night matchup in Las Vegas against the Raiders Saints have opened at five. That point road favorites Steve Geller. W W. Well Sports weather in traffic Next WWL news time 305 WWL news time 306 Here's the local weather expert forecasts. Mohr clouds scattered showers and thunderstorms that helped to keep our temperatures down a lot of our rain state primarily from the city, south toward the coast, and temperatures there upper seventies in low eighties as we got into the heart of the afternoon. Temperatures, though, got into the upper eighties and low nineties where we didn't see quite as much rainfall, But our rain coverage is going to be increasing over the next couple of days. Most of the rain ending but a few lingering for late this evening and tonight under mostly cloudy skies with overnight lows in the seventies and eighties. Mostly cloudy during the day on Saturday about a 50 to 60% chance for showers. Storms a few downpours and breezy with highs in the upper eighties. Rain coverage increasing for Sunday as a front moves into the northern part of Louisiana and plenty of moisture from our tropical wave. Ah, hi. Brown 87 degrees from your weather. Expert Forecast center. I'm double O B. L T V. Chief meteorologist Chris Franklin. 88 degrees south.

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01:30 min | 5 months ago

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"Our tropical wave. Stay tuned from your weather. Expert Forecast center. I'm definitely LTV chief meteorologist Chris Franklin. Mostly cloudy skies 85 degrees south of the lake 86 degrees with some clouds on the North Shore. I'm Tom for rooming WWL first news for the latest on the pandemic. Visit wwl dot com slash corona virus for 24 7 UPDATES Let's get the latest on traffic from individual traffic center of Joshua it out, making your way in from the West Bank on the Crest City Connection. Breakdown cleared there at the upslope of the bridge delays back at Stuff Boulevard on the elevated expressway, and that's going to stay slow. Coming off through the CBD up to the dome heading out towards the East. I 10 congestion heavy through the sixth and merge, getting past the high rise where clears a 16 eastbound delays at Paris Avenue. Coming in from the east to downtown. I tend slow from Orleans up to the Pont Street Expressway and take it to six. Tend towards Metarie, Mile Long slow down there into city Park from downtown out to metering Kenner, westbound on I 10 moving along fund to the airport. Traveling in on the riverbank Expressway just slows. You get into downtown between Clayborn and the connection and traveling between New Orleans and Baton Rouge on I 10 accident in Prairie Ville by 73 that's in the median and causing heavy backups of both ways. Traffic brought to you by Meiko. Traffic tip called W B. L 504 to 60 win foe. From the flagship station. W W. Well its fans and.

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01:40 min | 6 months ago

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"Still ventilate well, it could be enhanced with an N 95 filter at the intake were able to make that a very readable environment. Tigers have been testing the system on the field for the past four weeks remains uncertain that when we attacked, you see the system in plate during game action today on sports Talk with Barbie, a bar and Christian Garin, who were the big surprise is of states training camp. We'll win NFL Rookie of the year or the MVP. Could the Saints have a better defense than their offense of love for the pros from Florida? Eight on the home of the States and l s U W W well? I'm Mark Menard, WWL Sports. WWL news time. 7 35. Here's the local weather expert forecast with WWL TV meteorologist Alexandra Crane. We're starting off this morning in the sixties and low seventies north and south of the lake Highs today will be hot about 93. But we managed to hang on. I think today to that slightly lower humidity, so it shouldn't feel too bad with the dryer air in place. We have mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies and our rain chance just about 10% or less. As for tonight lows on the north Shore make it to 71, south of the leg lows will be about 78 tomorrow. 91 For the high with a 30% rain Chance and Wednesday looks muddier highs about 90 and a 40% rain chance from your local weather. Expert Forecast center. I'm wwl TV meteorologist Alexandra Cranford wins a calm humidity 88% It's 74 degrees south of the Lake 67. On the North shore for the latest on the pandemic. Visit. Wwl dot com slash corona virus For 24 7 UPDATES the L.

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01:32 min | 6 months ago

"expert forecast center" Discussed on WWL

"Franken among those supporting the resolution urging the governor to let areas of the state with Lower Cove, it numbers move forward. With reopening even if other areas are not ready. Hurricane Laura's devastation is expected to make it second only to Hurricane Katrina. In terms of the insured losses from the storm. Second for us has been Rita at 3.3 billion, So Laura at nine or 10 billion would become number two. Louisiana Insurance Commissioner Jim Donnellan says Katrina remains by far number one with more than 25 billion insured losses and that was in $2005 and does not include flood insurance claims. With clear skies evening tonight warm temperature overnight lows into the seventies and eighties. A lot of sunshine during the day on Wednesday afternoon high of 94, But if he'd index of 1051 10, we look to stay mostly dry through Friday, and only some spotty showers. As we get into the weekend Ridge of high pressure is going to keep us hot. There are still some signs of the deep upper trough will push a cold front on through by the middle of next week from your weather. Expert Forecast center. I'm definitely LTV chief meteorologist Chris Franklin and I'm Dave going. WWL first news. We now join CBS Sports radio already in progress from our Jefferson Financial, Federal credit Union Studios on W. W Well, I don't want to hear it. People say I'm sick and tired of hearing it. You know, he is a big question. Why?.

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04:02 min | 6 months ago

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"With the remnants of Laura's It continues to push away from us and most of the rain today did stay off to our West and in the Florida parishes, and a lot of that will be winding down as we continue on later this evening and tonight. Your local weather. Expert forecast with WWL TV chief meteorologist Chris Franklin is coming up. Governor John Bell. Edwards took an aerial tour of Hurricane Laura damaged parishes in north Louisiana today at a press conference outside the rust in regional airport terminal, he said the damage he saw makes Laura look stronger than Katrina. You gotta understand the storm was more powerful than the Katrina came on on shore One o'clock actually mourning that 150 MPH. That is just seven MPH less than a Category five storm governor Edwards said. Next, he'll fly over the Alexandria area, including natural repeats and Vernon parishes to tour the damage there. The area that took Hurricane Laura's fiercest winds is in need of potable water and a lot of chainsaws and bulldozers as WWL Chris Miller reports. Calcasieu Parish Sheriff Tony Mancuso says the amount of debris is staggering. And he says dangerous. There's limbs. There's Poles. There's There's things sticking out that you can't see it. Do you get right up on him? And I'm I'm scared. Somebody's gonna run into wanna get decapitated. He's telling residents attempting to return to check on their property to be very careful Dr below the speed limit and bring plenty of bottled water. Meanwhile, like Charles Mayor Nick Hunter tells like Charles residents that they need to understand it's going to be weeks before the area returns to any sense of normalcy, Hunter says. Power and water are out and there will be little in the way of vital services looks secure your property and if how are you? I would get out of town. If I wasn't a mayor like Charles right now, and I didn't have to be here. I promise you, it probably was my family out of town right now. Because of the lack of potable water Memorial Hospital in Lake Charles is evacuating its patients. President Donald Trump says he'll be coming to Louisiana for an unprecedented seventh visit for a chief executive. WWL TV's Eric Paulson files this report. President Trump says he'll be visiting the Gulf Coast this weekend to survey the damage from the hurricane. It's unclear if he will be in Louisiana tomorrow or on Sunday again. Thousands are still without power, and at least six people were killed. That death toll has now been upgraded to 10. Meanwhile, there are 627 new cases of Corona virus to report today for a total of 146,243 deaths, meanwhile, are up. 32 4741 hospitalizations air tabbed at 900. Up 24 from yesterday. And now the forecast from your local weather expert, WWL TV meteorologist Chris Franklin. We are just about done talking about Laura. Officially, the Hurricane Center is done issuing ADVISORIES. Most rain coming to an end by certainly after dark and temperatures dropping all into the upper seventies and low eighties about a 50% chance for showers and some storms through the weekend, with highs in the low nineties. Very humid, unfortunate not getting rid of that humidity are rain chances, though dropping to about 20% as well. Tuesday through Thursday. Region of high pressure builds into the area, which will allow us to dry out but also heat up with high is getting into the mid nineties from your weather. Expert Forecast center. I'm definitely LTV chief meteorologist Chris Franklin. And I'm Tom. Peruvian WWL First news for the latest on the pandemic. Visit wwl dot com slash corona virus for 24 7 UPDATES WWL Sports flash with engaged in the Inter team scrimmage, one player who wasn't available with rookie first round draft pick Cesar Ruiz will that lapses hamper his development? Coach Sean Payton. You'll be fine. I think that we're dealing with the players.

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01:37 min | 6 months ago

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"11 am price of participation may vary. WWL news time 306 And now here's the local weather. Expert forecasts were watching out this evening for a couple of rain bands and a potential risk for a few isolated tornadoes. Thes would spin up very quickly and then come to an end. But they are associated with rain bands from Hurricane Laura. We're also looking for some passing showers. Breezy and windy conditions through tonight and into tomorrow. Our rain chance about 40 to 50%. That continues into tonight and tomorrow actually looks like a higher chance of about 80% for some more rain. Associate ID. Rain totals could be about 1 to 2 or so inches through Friday. But under those heavy bands, there could potentially be a bit more coastal Flooding will also rise tonight, and storm surge could be along the coast 4 to 7 FT. That will be tomorrow too, Since our winds will not change direction after some rain tomorrow By Friday, we'll still look for a 60% chance for some downpours are winds will be easing, and by the weekend we're looking a little bit more back to normal. I'm your local weather. Expert Forecast center. I'm WWL TV meteorologist Alexandra Cranford, currently overcast in breezy 88 degrees south of the lake 88 degrees in mostly cloudy skies on the North Shore. For the latest on the pandemic. Visit. Wwl dot com slash corona Virus For 24 7 UPDATES I'm Tom, Peruvian WWL first news. Let's get the latest on traffic traffic center of Josh would out leaving downtown to.

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04:29 min | 6 months ago

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"WWL TV meteorologist Alexandra Cranford in the local weather expert forecast center says that doesn't mean we won't get any rain out of it, though it's possible. You know, we still have the potential, maybe for a heavy downpour here or there, but overall, I think it would be probably just some showers moving across the area from east to West and maybe some breezy conditions into tonight's Center of Marco actually made landfall near Venice. Not that long ago. Now we have watches associated with Tropical Storm Laura, including a storm surge watch for areas outside the levees in New Orleans. The worst of Laura is expected to pass to our West, but that means we're on the more severe side of the storm. So what kinds of weather can we expect from this one? Alexander will look for breezy conditions, probably inland to Wednesday, especially late in the day and into Wednesday night and early Thursday, and we still could get some decent rain from this system. Maybe a couple of inches or more will have to kind of see if we get a bit closer, but We will be on that eastern side of the storm, where it can really bring in some rain bands and possibly some heavy rain so that something will watch for maybe not only Wednesday, but into Thursday and possibly Friday. Sometimes these tropical systems as they score to the north. They continue to drag moisture in so we may have a few wetter days due to Laura. Louisiana Governor John Bell, Edwards says he'll take Marco falling apart or having to go out and rescue people and restore power and repair damage. I'm relieved quite frankly, the meteorologist didn't anticipate that at all what happened overnight, but I'm thankful and and you know, I attributed to prayer. There is no scientific explanation. I'm still satisfied with the power of prayer. Governor says they're keeping their eyes on Laura now. New ORLEANSMAYOR LaToya Cantrell Talk about the tropics. In an afternoon news conference, WWL Sze Dave Cohen reports, The mayor today seemed relieved that Marco had little impact on the city but concerned about what Laura could do. We want to be prepared for Laura, which is likely to make landfall on Wednesday. So we're in no way out of the woods, however pleased By the weakening of Marco but remain prepared and ready for Laura Cantrell says her big concern if the forecast track holds is the heavy rain that New Orleans could receive when Laura goes inland over southwest Louisiana. Louisiana today reported 662 new Corona virus cases, bringing the state's total of 143,566 18 more fatalities brings that total to 6 4023 hospitalizations down to today. Here's the local weather expert forecast mostly cloudy skies today and through the night we've only seen a few scattered showers moved through the area, and it does look like the rain as it does move in our direction. Mohr on the eastern side of Marco will likely be weakening, so they were anticipating about a 50% chance of rain through the overnight It's not gonna be nearly as intense as some of the rains that we have seen over Florida. As we head into the overnight period lows will be dropping only know the seventies under mostly cloudy skies some sun at times, but mostly cloudy during the day on Tuesday, with a 50% chance for showers and storms, the Khyber on 87, we will begin to see the winds increasing late Tuesday and into Wednesday associated with a circulation from Laura. Though mainly a coastal flooding concern we will see some downpours at times. In fact, we made actually see some of the heavier rain Thursday and Friday as Laura starts to move inland and then turned toward the North and Northeast will start to Seymour that Gulf moisture drawn northward. Increasing our rain coverage around 70 to 80% on Thursday in about 70% on Friday will finally start to dry out and heat up as we head into the weekend. From your weather. Expert Forecast center. I'm Debbie LTV chief meteorologist Chris Franklin 85 degrees south of the Lake 84 on the North Shore. I'm Chris Miller WWL First news for the latest on the storms and the pandemic. Visit wwl dot com. WWL Sports Flash. Last two seasons. Four Saints defensive tackle Sheldon Rankins were halted prematurely due to injuries. But the anchor in the middle of the Florida Leedy is once again healthy as he prepares for an impactful 2020 and to get there, he says he rolled the tape back.

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01:57 min | 7 months ago

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"Under partly cloudy skies with overnight lows in the seventies. 60% chance for showers and storms during the day Thursday, same on Friday highs in the low nineties. But again with the increase in rain coverage, you probably won't stay there for nearly as long we'll start to dry out a bit more for the weekend about a 30 to 40% chance for some showers and one of the models, it's still indicating by a atleast late Monday and into Tuesday. A weak front pushing through the area, helping to drop the humidity of bid for the middle of next week from your weather. Expert Forecast center. I'm definitely LTV chief meteorologist Chris Franklin. We've got thunderstorms, 80 degrees south of the lake, 79 degrees with thunderstorms and rain on the North Shore. For the latest on the pandemic. Visit wwl dot com slash corona Virus for 24 7 updates I'm Tom, Peruvian WWL first news. Now, let's get the latest on traffic, probably going to be all traffic that aren't Josh Woodhouse, traveling into downtown from the West Bank. On the connection slowdowns begin inside of Stumpf Boulevard. Very heavy all the way across the bridge through downtown. Clear past the Superdome out to memory in Kenner, westbound on I 10 is clear out to the airport coming in from a memory on I 10. You got a disabled vehicle on the right shoulder at Bondable and getting into downtown. Reverb on expressway slow between Claiborne and the connection traffic coming in from the East. Congestion there from Orleans Up to the Claiborne flyover. You're headed out towards the high rise eastbound no slowdowns there this afternoon over the top of the bridge. At the Causeway Bridge north and South bound, moving Farman know weather restrictions and on the North Shore I 12 sing some heavy congestion both way approaching a 1 19 the Covington area due to rain through that part traffic brought to you by Napa. Progressive presents the sounds of the old World Years 2019 and someone is waiting for a table at a restaurant..

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03:55 min | 7 months ago

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"W WELL first news. I'm Chris Miller on your official weather station. WWL AM FM in dot com Less humidity tonight, but it comes back tomorrow heading into tonight. It'll be pretty pleasant out their temperatures dropping into the seventies for most areas. As we go into your Friday Expect more heat a little bit more humidity and rain chains is remaining pretty low. WWL TV meteorologist Peyton Malone's local weather expert forecast is on the way. 50 more Corona virus deaths brings Louisiana's total so far in the pandemic past 4000 to 4028. Total cases are up more than 1301 127,246. Governor John Bell. Edwards has the good news. Currently we have 1457 patients. And hospitals across the state, Louisiana with Kobe 19 on that. Is down 14 since yesterday. It's the sixth consecutive day hospitalizations have fallen. Ah, judge today upheld Governor Edwards, a statewide mask mandate and bar restrictions as legal and enforceable. Judge Janice Clark today rejected claims from Jefferson Parish business owners that the governor overstepped his legal authority in enacting the Corona virus restrictions. Jefferson Parish President Cynthia Lee Xiang today thank residents for calling in violations of the mass order and other restrictions. There's been over 3000 complaints since we've launched this on Friday, June 26th. Chang says they've issued more than 100 warnings to businesses for first time violations there now revisiting establishments that have had two rounds of compliance failures and will issue misdemeanor summons to those with 1/3 strike. Human clinical testing is not a rubber stamp on a new drug or vaccine. WWF's Tom Peruvian reports. Mistakes will be made and people will be put at risk. Professor Susan Hassett with Tulane, Public health and Tropical Medicine says more times than not what is hoped to be a wonder drug can result in disaster. The unfortunate reality of any research is that bad things have to happen to people for us to figure out whether something good can come and that's you know whether we're testing a new medication. We're trying to prove that a new medication Better than an old medication, then something less than optimal has to happen to the person with the old medication to prove the new medication is good. Hasek says she wants a vaccine to covert 19 badly but would not participate in a clinical trial, given the number of times the drug treatment failed. And the patient caught the disease. Scientist with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have revised their expected count of hurricanes for the season. This year's count has been adjusted up now expecting 19 to 25 named storms. Noah's doctor Jerry Belle, talked about what makes up a strong hurricane and active season. Warmer waters alone don't make stronger hurricanes Instead, it's a whole set of atmospheric conditions. That determine whether these seasons are going to be active or less active. There have been nine named storms so far, scientists predicted 85% chance of an extremely active season. Here's forecast from your local weather expert. WWL TV meteorologist Peyton Alone It'd be nice to nine tomorrow Was he another hot afternoon highs in the mid nineties? Mostly sunny skies with about a 20% chance of an afternoon showers. Storms. Mainly south of the lake Saturday midnight. He's a 20% chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms. Most areas dry, but we'll see the humidity return this weekend, so the mid nineties during the afternoons are gonna feel like about 10518 Is he going to Sunday in lower nineties A 30% chance of afternoon showers and storms Monday highs in the lower nineties. A 40% chance of showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon and the same story as we go into your Tuesday highs in the lower nineties with a few storms I'm your local weather. Expert Forecast center. I'm Deputy Avielle TV meteorologist Pedram alone. I'm Chris Miller. WWL first news for the latest on the pandemic. Visit wwl dot com slash corona virus for 24.

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01:43 min | 8 months ago

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"91. I'm your local weather. Expert Forecast center. I'm WWL TV meteorologist Alexandra Cranford. We've got overcast skies and 80 degrees south of the lake, 83 degrees under hazy skies on the North Shore. The latest on the pandemic. Visit wwl dot com slash corona Virus for 24 7 updates I'm Tom, Peruvian WWL First news. Let's get the latest on traffic from the would be all but you could be medical traffic center of Josh Wood. Ash. I tend traveling in from the plots on the bonnet, Carrie Spillway Bridge break down on the right shoulder. Before you get into Ken, Around Mile Marker 2 18 past that, through Kenner in Metarie, 10 traffic fine into downtown, leaving the city westbound on the lake on expressway travel Well up through the parish line there and on the causeway Bridge moving clear, north and south bound. No weather restrictions. River crossings. Also problem free at the connection and on the Huey P. Algiers ferry is running, though, shall met is out of service of the mechanical issue for traveling out of the city towards the East. No problems on I 10 getting over the high rise bridge and that's going to stay wide open. Idle and on the North shore Traveling I 12 a westbound into Hammond accident at Airport Road as got delays back about two miles there, so you may want to get over and take 1 90 as an alternate traveling between Robert and Hammond and reconnect over onto Ah, 5 35 Having traffic traffic brought to you by Meiko. Are you a metal head? Reggae lover, GM addict Whatever your musical tastes. The radio dot com app now makes it even easier for you to find more of the music you love used the new explore feature to discover new stations that match your interests..

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01:48 min | 8 months ago

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"12 under. Bryson de Shambo. He's one back at 11 under. Tim Zimmer Sports Happy Fourth of July, and it's gonna be another warm and muggy one just like it should be this time of year highs in the upper eighties toe lower nineties. We do about a 70 to 80% chance of showers and thunderstorms, as we go throughout the afternoon, could still see a few lingering into this evening overnight about a 30 to 40% chance of a few showers, especially along the coast. As we head into your Sunday another 60 to 70% chance of showers and storms warm in the upper eighties. The lower nineties. Heavy rainfall potential continues into your Monday as well. And then by Tuesday we start see decreasing range is it still could see some showers and storms? And a much driver, the middle and end of next work week from your local weather. Expert Forecast center. I'm David IBL. TV meteorologist Bait Malone and I'm Dave Cohen. WWL FIRST news. We now join CBS Sports Radio already in progress from our Jefferson Financial Federal Credit Union Studios on W. W L. In my state. We're smart, and we're we allow our citizens to bet on sports. The Patriots over under his 9.5 wins. You could take that to the bank on the over. That's an easy one. That's free advice. That's free money for me to you on this Fourth of July holiday weekend, take that over and run with it and then kick up your feet and relax when you hit it around Thanksgiving. If they do play full 17 weeks season, that'll be an easy one. I just started this conversation at four o'clock eastern one o'clock Pacific, telling you That this is going to be a very strange off season. Like when I say that I mean Season getting ready for football. We've already had the off.

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02:09 min | 1 year ago

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"Upgrade just misconduct the accusations include an incident in which the department funded a side trip to Las Vegas for troopers who were headed to a west coast conference and now the forecast from your local weather Rexburg WWL TV meteorologist Chris Franklin this evening if you're gonna be headed out it's still going to be on the warm side with temperatures in the eighties and overnight lows only in the upper seventies and low eighties especially in the metro area much of the same for Friday about a high around ninety five to ninety seven degrees and mostly dry only about a twenty percent chance for an isolated shower or storm rain chances will be picking up as we head into the weekend forty to fifty percent not a washout but more of our typical rain chances driven by afternoon heating those rain chances thing around fifty percent for Monday and then kind of slowly tapering off as we head through next week from your weather expert forecast center on WBAL TV meteorologist Chris Franklin I'm not aims W. W. well first names the same W. W. well sports flash the faith and Chargers got together today in California for the first of two joint practice sessions quarterback drew Brees of he appreciates the learning experience garnered from scripting out situations against another former bowl NFL team rather than simply hoping those situations arise in a game action periods of pressure its third down red zone two minute you know everything that would happen drop before so normal day of the regular season when you get to go up against a really really does help to choose the winner well the last few years so I think it's good just the rest of the competition the same thing charges were often preseason action this Sunday at three PM on W. W. well and other potentially huge set back in the career of former Bell considered the market's cousins according to ESPN cousins suffered what issue to be a port a CL a whopping knees with another player in a practice setting cousin saw his time in the world's cut short two seasons ago buy it for killing you look the big easy as a free agent while rehabbing that injury spent last season with the warriors this season he was to join lebron James Anthony Davis on the rebound Lakers roster let me the real sports plus brought.

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03:50 min | 1 year ago

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"It once make got well they reschedule for a date this Sunday in the super dome and then along came Barry due to the weather the cells are fed to postpone that appearance the stones fans are in luck yet again your show's been moved to this Monday at the dome all tickets will be honored for the new date we've got the latest from the W. W. well weather expert forecast center coming up W. W. well news time eleven oh three W. W. well news time eleven oh four and now the forecast your local weather expert WWL TV meteorologist Chris frankly heavy rain still looks to be the greatest threat from berry as it closes in on the coastline likely making landfall early tomorrow morning between Morgan city in vermilion bay rainfall though although we will likely avoid the worst of the flooding rains that looks to stay more to our west we will easily see some heavy bands of storms move through during the course of the probably morning afternoon and evening on Saturday it'll be those bands were you may get the training of heavy rain that can quickly lead to some flash flooding rainfall still appears to be our greatest threat although some strong gusty winds especially near the coast on the south shore could create some power outage threats as tree limbs may be coming down as well as some power lines the weather expert forget center I'm Debbie Debbie LTV meteorologist Chris Franklin east wind thirty one miles per hour gusts to thirty eight eighty two degrees mostly cloudy south of the lake eighty on the north shore I'm Chris Miller W. W. well first news official emergency management station W. W. L. A. M. dot com in the radio dot com it's continuing coverage of from our Jefferson financial federal credit union studios to connect call five oh four to six oh one eight seventy four text eight seventy eight seventy back to our host Dave Kona no Norman with you on our continuing coverage of tropical storm berry which remains a tropical storm at this hour but is still expected to become a medic moat minimal hurricane before landfall the biggest impacts we've been seeing so far is really power outages and I'm almost afraid to hit the refresh button because every time I do the number goes up what twenty five thousand five hundred and ten power outages now that entered she is a reporting as a result of Barry's high winds and we've had a few squall the heavy rain showers move through that have done some damage as well now Coleco is reporting a few power outages in fact on their website it says in St Tammany they have fewer than five power outages right now and they have no power outages reported in any of the other southeast Louisiana parishes not a not a lot of of a pattern to it either in others in terms of where we're seeing the Adam just now really mean which terrible own and the food those are closer to the coast I guess it makes sense Jefferson is over six thousand now a lot of those are in lower Jefferson but we are seeing some in the metro area it already as a result of the increasing winds and the other factors now of the six thousand and Jefferson twenty eight hundred are on grand dial assumption parish as thirty eight hundred outages ascension parish as twelve hundred outages so you're right it doesn't seem that there's a whole lot of rhyme or reason there's less than a hundred fifty customers out in Orleans parish and in Saint Charles parish less than two hundred so yeah on either side of Jefferson there's very few outages but a bunch of Jefferson but again I think a lot of those are in lower Jefferson closer to the coast and we'll be checking in with St Tammany parish as well as St Bernard parish.

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01:32 min | 1 year ago

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"Or not proficient, in reading, for sure says the best thing would be co parent and learn to put the children. I not as a tug of war rope. And now the forecast from your local weather, expert, WWL TV meteorologist, Alexandra Cranford. We transition to a hotter and try pattern over the next couple of days. We'll still have some low end rain chances. I evening. Upper seventies tomorrow, hot humid. Highs near ninety two partly cloudy skies and just a twenty percent chance for maybe a couple of stray showers or storms tomorrow for Thursday, rain chances near thirty percent for afternoon showers or storms highs near ninety three and Friday a twenty percent rain chance. Most of a sing dry with highs near Ninety-three again from your local weather expert forecast center. I'm wwl TV meteorologist, Alexandra Cranford. I'm Chris Miller, WWL, first news. From wwl, the mouth of the south. The last lap with Seth Dunlap. Call five oh four to six zero one eight seventy text eight seventy eight seventy or tweet at wwl. AM. FM. Now from Jefferson financial Federal Credit Union studios in the heart of the worlds coolest City, New Orleans. Here's Seth Dunlap..

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WWL

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"expert forecast center" Discussed on WWL

"Faced the Alabama crimson tide on Friday night, and Tuscaloosa and things didn't go. Has planned the tide scored four runs in the first few Eddings off LSU pitchers that casts and the Tigers bats went cold scoring one run on the night in the six one loss. LSU's record falls the twenty seven and sixteen on the season. They'll play game to today at two pm with Eric Walker on the mound and finally over in the classic on Friday. Play in the second round was suspended due to darkness. They resumed play this morning at seven AM round. Three will follow later today. Once the second round and cut cutter finished for today. Leaderboard at the Zurich, check out our website, wwl dot com. Tim Zimmer WWL sports. And now the forecast from your local weather governor, wwl TV meteorologist, Chris Franklin. After a chilly start to the morning with lows in the fifties and sixties high temperature today only in the low eighties, which is about where we should be this time of year under mostly sunny skies. Makes it feel so nice as that low humid air it's gonna stick around for Sunday as well by this evening and tonight temperatures dropping into the seventies. Overnight lows in the fifties and sixties five hundred eighty three degrees on Sunday about the same on Monday. But Monday a little bit more humid with those do points coming up. It will feel quite as comfortable staying mostly dry through about Wednesday with a chance for some showers and thunderstorms by week's end from your weather expert forecast center, I'm wwl TV meteorologist Frank sister. Few clouds now at Louis Armstrong international where it's sixty three degrees in Slidell, sunny and fifty one I'm Don Amos WWL. First news. From WWL, the news, talk and sports leader. It's the garden show with Dan Gill, consumer horticulture listed LSU center. Call five zero four to six oh, one eight seventy or text eight seventy eight seventy now from our Jefferson financial Federal.

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"expert forecast center" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"expert forecast center" Discussed on WWL

"Experts WWL TV meteorologist, Chris Franklin after a very warm Saturday with a high of eighty three temperatures today will stay in the low and mid fifties. We've been falling all morning long behind a cold front, and we'll stay kind of hovering in the lower mid fifties. Through the day today under cloudy skies and strong winds out of the north mostly cloudy by this evening and overnight tonight. Temperatures will be dropping into the forties. Still cloudy skies on Monday with a high of around sixty four sixty nine degrees in much more sunshine by Tuesday, beautiful day, Wednesday, high of seventy four upper seventies by Thursday, but by Thursday that chance for showers and storms will return from your weather expert forecast center, I'm Debbie TV meteorologist Chris Franklin with winds now at fifteen miles an hour gusting to twenty four miles an hour, light rain both north and south of the lake. Fifty three degrees at the airport in Kenner fifty in Slidell. I've got aims w wwl. First news. Back to WWL and all things legal with Doug, sincerity and Albany. Call 504-260-1870 text eight seventy eight seventy. Hey, we're back. That's terry. Our Nico your weekend orders all things legal, man. Cold outside in shorts. I got up this morning thinking. Oh, yeah. It's March came in like, a lamb it's gone out like a lion. It is like a lion lead like Alonzo. You know, if we're going to get six more weeks of winter something and did you see that for? Well. You didn't say you are at a wedding the Virginia Purdue game was phenomenal. I mean, just heartbreaking margin madness does not disappoint. This is probably the last two games were on the the last in of the game. They won both games this. Yeah. I think I think they go down today actually bridge. The Virginia game is one of those games. You're gonna see thirty years from now and Purdue Virginia headed one Purdue headed one Virginia want it. It was just great great. You know, I think it's the finality of lose and go home because even.

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