Here's an update on the storm brewing in the tropics.
Hurricane Season is underway which means preparation is needed for your convenience and safety in case of storm damage.
The National Hurricane Center gives a 80% chance of development in the next 48 hours to a low pressure system bringing heavy rain and gale force wind to the Yucatan Peninsula and southern Gulf of Mexico.
Monday marks the first day of the Atlantic hurricane season. While Monroe is well inland, storms like Gustav and Isaac remind the ArkLaMiss residents that we can also feel the effects of tropical systems.
Today, Governor Bobby Jindal urged Louisianians to prepare a game plan in preparation for the 2015 Hurricane Season, which begins today and ends November 30.
The Atlantic hurricane season will be below average this year due to cooler seas and a strong El Niño effect, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said Wednesday in its official forecast.
Here's some information on the Atlantic Hurricane Season!
Louisiana residents can purchase flashlights, batteries, portable generators and other emergency supplies, free of the 4 percent state sales tax, during the 2015 Louisiana Hurricane Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday.
Louisiana Revised Statute 47:305.58 provides for an annual state sales tax holiday on sales of hurricane-preparedness items or supplies made on the last Saturday and Sunday each May.
Tropical season 2014 has ended