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Weather: Rain around for your Labor Day

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www.youtube.com – – 2023-09-04 05:35:46

SUMMARY: This content is providing a weather update, specifically regarding the rainfall and drought conditions. The team is trying to get over to Peyton, but they are still in a statewide burn ban. Although they have been receiving some rain, the drought continues. The radar shows some showers along the coast, with more rain expected later in the day. The temperatures are expected to stay in the 80s. The content also mentions the tropical storms in the Atlantic, but states that there are no threats to the United States currently. Overall, there is a focus on the weather conditions and the potential impact on the area.

A drier and hotter pattern will take over during the new work week.

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Morning Forecast – Thursday, Feb. 22nd

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www.youtube.com – – 2024-02-22 08:55:36

SUMMARY: Cloud cover has increased overnight and will continue throughout most of the day, with a possibility of a stray shower or drizzle. A cold front will pass through in the evening, causing the cloud cover to decrease. Rain chances are low due to lack of forcing and moisture. Clear skies and calm winds are expected tomorrow after the front passes, with pleasant conditions lasting through the weekend. Next week, clouds will start to return and increase, potentially leading to showers and thunderstorms late Wednesday with the arrival of the next cold front. Temperatures will cool down after the front passes. Mild temperatures and gusty south winds are expected tonight. Low clouds may bring drizzle or sprinkles, but measurable precipitation is unlikely. Overall, there were minor tweaks to the forecast.

Cloud cover has increased overnight and will linger throughout most of today. A cold front will pass through later this evening, and cloud cover will decrease. A stray shower or drizzle cannot be ruled out. Rain chances remain low due to lack of forcing along the boundary layer and deep layer moisture aloft. Skies will clear tomorrow after the front passes through, and winds will begin to calm down as well. Dry and pleasant conditions will last through the weekend. Temperatures will stay in the mid 70's. These pleasant conditions will continue next week. By at least Tuesday, clouds will start to return and increase on Wednesday. Showers and t-storms are possible late Wednesday as models are hinting at our next cold front to arrive. Severe storms will also be possible. Temperatures will cool down after the front passes late next week.

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Finish the job, getting there’s half the battle; Saints aim to win championship – American Press

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www.americanpress.com – Rodrick Anderson – 2024-02-22 08:51:43

SUMMARY: The St. Louis Catholic girls soccer team is preparing to face Parkview Baptist, the defending state champions, in the Division III state championship game. With a record of 18-4-2 and having reached their last final in 2010, the Saints aim to secure their first championship in over a decade. Defense is key for St. Louis, as they have only conceded 15 goals in 24 games, with goalkeeper Caroline Avery achieving 11 shutouts. The team's offense is strong too, with 90 goals scored this season. Coach Alex Kjellsten brings his own state championship experience to guide the team, and while acknowledging Parkview Baptist's undefeated record and skill, the Saints are determined to win and rely on their preparation and focus to overcome their opponents.

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Louisiana Gov. Landry asks for federal assistance to help crawfish farmers

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www.myarklamiss.com – Tyler Eschette – 2024-02-22 08:11:29

SUMMARY: Louisiana Governor Jeff Landry has requested federal assistance to support the state’s crawfish industry, which has been hit hard by a summer drought. The request aims to expand the Emergency Livestock Assistance Program to cover losses for farm-raised fish, including crawfish. The drought has led to a decrease in crawfish production and higher prices. Louisiana is the top producer of crawfish in the US, contributing over $425 million to the state’s economy. Governor Landry is urging the federal government to provide relief to the farmers and fishermen who play a crucial role in the state’s economy.

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