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Monroe, LA

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Clear

84°F

Hi: 93° Lo: 74°

(Feels like 91°F)
Precipitation: 20%
Humidity: 72%

Dewpoint: 74°
Heat Index: 91°
Wind Direction: S
Wind Speed: 5 mph

Sunrise: 06:01:23 am
Sunset: 08:18:55 pm

Variable clouds with thunderstorms. A few may be severe. Low 74F. Winds SW at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 40%.

Thursday

Hi: 95° Lo: 77°
Friday

Hi: 94° Lo: 77°
Saturday

Hi: 93° Lo: 76°
Sunday

Hi: 92° Lo: 75°
Monday

Hi: 86° Lo: 72°
Tuesday

Hi: 84° Lo: 71°

10 PM


83°

Humidity: 74%
Precip: 20%
Wind: 6 mph SSW

11 PM


81°

Humidity: 79%
Precip: 40%
Wind: 8 mph SW

12 AM


79°

Humidity: 81%
Precip: 40%
Wind: 9 mph SW

1 AM


78°

Humidity: 80%
Precip: 50%
Wind: 8 mph SW

2 AM


77°

Humidity: 84%
Precip: 40%
Wind: 8 mph SSW

3 AM


76°

Humidity: 87%
Precip: 50%
Wind: 8 mph SW
4 AM | 75°
| 30%
5 AM | 75°
| 20%
6 AM | 75°
| 40%
7 AM | 75°
| 40%
8 AM | 75°
| 30%
9 AM | 79°
| 20%
10 AM | 82°
| 20%
11 AM | 85°
| 20%
12 PM | 88°
| 20%
1 PM | 89°
| 20%
2 PM | 91°
| 20%
3 PM | 92°
| 20%
4 PM | 92°
| 20%
5 PM | 93°
| 20%
6 PM | 94°
| 0%
7 PM | 93°
| 20%
8 PM | 90°
| 20%
9 PM | 85°
| 10%

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Current radar shows that we have a large MCS moving north slowly that will bring plenty of rain to the region today. Short term forecast shows that we will have on and off rain some from the MCS others from day time heating. Weather headlines, severe weather risk for Wednesday night and Thursday morning. Flooding is the biggest threat, followed by wind and then tornado and hail. Long term future cast moving into Wednesday night things will be clear. Thursday morning has the most rain and the most torrential storms. More rain on Friday. Rainfall amounts over the next 48 hours, the ground will be soaked so runoff won't be as sufficient on Thursday. Water Vapor more moisture moving into the area. Temperatures across the nation mild here for today. The high temperature will be low for most of the region — 10 degrees lower than what is usual for this time of year. The heat index is in the upper 80s make sure to drink water. The middle part of the week has the highest temperatures, and the highest heat index rising to hazardous levels. Heat is the biggest killer in the US. Seven-day breakdown. Monday and Monday's break down. Tonight's forecast.


 

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