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Hot & Sticky – Morning Forecast

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www.youtube.com – – 2023-09-05 08:22:50

SUMMARY: The content seems to be a weather report discussing the movement of a frontal boundary and the potential for scattered convection and precipitation in the region. The front is expected to become stationary near the Ouachita Mountains, causing scattered convection on Thursday. The front may retreat slightly northward on Thursday night before moving back into the region on Friday, resulting in increased scattered convection. The report mentions weak disturbances in the atmospheric flow that may provide the necessary forcing for precipitation. However, there is uncertainty about the front completely moving through the area.

The upper level low pressure system that brought some much need rain yesterday has exited to the northeast and our weather pattern will remain slightly unsettled with a few impulses in the mid and upper levels of the atmosphere. Rain chances only stay around 20% for most of the week as a cold front drifts in and stalls over the ArkLaMiss by Friday. There is plenty of moisture in place and temperatures are still expected to climb back to the upper 90's and heat index values will reach into the triple digits. The good news is drier air will filter back in behind the frontal system this weekend making it less humid into next week.

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93-year-old veteran remembers celebrating Juneteenth

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www.youtube.com – News 10 – 2024-06-19 18:52:07

SUMMARY: 93-year-old veteran Samuel Gatlin reminisces about Juneteenth before it became a Federal holiday. As a young boy, he worked in the cotton fields of Logansport, Louisiana, under the harsh conditions similar to slavery. Gatlin recounts how Juneteenth was eagerly anticipated by the black community as it symbolized freedom from enslavement. His family, working as sharecroppers, would ensure their tasks were completed so they could fully celebrate the day. Abram Freeman, known as the “father of Juneteenth” in Hub City, emphasizes that Juneteenth is a holiday for all Americans to celebrate. Michelle Obama's words highlight the ongoing fight for worthy causes and historical milestones.

93-year-old veteran Samuel Gatlin, a medic in Korea and the National Guard shares his memories of Juneteenth.

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Nola company makes new military training tech

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www.youtube.com – – 2024-06-19 18:46:41

SUMMARY: Tonight, we spotlight a New Orleans tech company, HapTech, known for developing training weapons for future military personnel. CEO and founder Kyle Monty, a UNO graduate, has led the company to create safer military training tools using an electromagnetic recoil system, simulating live fire without bullets. This innovation has resulted in $1.5 million in military contracts and created jobs in Louisiana. HapTech employs 20 locals and plans to hire 10 more, boosting the local economy. Their technology also includes sensors for detailed training data, offering significant advancements in training methods.

We put a spotlight on a home-grown New Orleans technology company now developing training weapons for the next generation of military men and women.

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Road closed in Opelousas due to gas leak

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www.youtube.com – News 10 – 2024-06-19 18:41:56

SUMMARY: In Appaloosas, a gas leak has led to the closure of a section of LA 182. North Union Street is also closed, from Congress Street to Perry Lane, as crews work to repair the line. Officials describe the leak as unexpected but anticipate completing repairs by late afternoon.

La. 182 (N. Union Street) is closed from Congress Street to Perry Lane effective immediately.

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