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Invest 97-L has nearly 0 percent chance of impacting southeast Louisiana

A cluster of storms in the Atlantic that’s about 700 miles southwest of Cabo Verde still remains highly disorganized as it moves west at 17 mph. This is Invest 97-L that the National Hurricane Center has put at 20% to 30% chances for possible development over the next two and three to five days, respectively.The…MORE

Westwego school welcomes students back for the first time since Ida

A Westwego elementary school welcomed students back for the first time since Hurricane Ida damaged the building in August 2021.Students returned to Ray St. Pierre Academy for Advanced Studies on Monday. The school underwent almost a year’s worth of repairs after suffering wind and water damage in the storm.”If you would’ve looked at the outside…MORE

Get ready for a stormy day

A few widely scattered to isolated showers have already popped up this morning, and that sets the stage for a potentially rainy day across Southeast Louisiana.A system spinning in the Central Gulf is helping to push in extra amounts of high tropical humidity, and that means any persistent storm today could pose a flood threat.…MORE

Parents: Here is everything you need to know before sending your child back to school

It can be stressful planning for your student for the year. However, this ultimate guide includes school supply lists and deals, required vaccinations, COVID-19 protocols, study and note-taking tips, and registration links that can help make the start of a new school year easier. First Day of School: Orleans Parish: August 4th- August 15th Jefferson…MORE

Entergy customers: Here is how you could get a $150 credit towards your power bill

Some Entergy customers can apply for credits to go towards their power bills. According to Entergy, Entergy New Orleans and Entergy Louisiana has committed nearly $4.4 million to Louisiana United Ways for bill payment assistance. According to Entergy, starting Aug. 17, qualifying customers in Orleans, Jefferson, St. Bernard, Plaquemines, Tangipahoa, St. Tammany and Washington parishes…MORE

What a catch! Mississippi man sets new record for massive catfish

A Brookhaven man has quite a story to tell about a very big fish.Christopher Halley caught a 104-pound blue catfish in the Mississippi River near Natchez on a trotline. The Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks said the fish is the new State Trophy Record Blue Catfish.Halley’s fish was 3 pounds heavier than the…MORE

New Orleans Metro should prepare for possible flood threat today

New Orleans Metro residents should prepare for the risk of flooding Wednesday. A low level disturbance carrying tropical moisture from the Gulf of Mexico is expected to drift west just south of the state. This will bring slow-moving thunderstorms to the Metro area, which could result in street flooding. Storms are expected to begin Wednesday…MORE

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