Sulphur Louisiana Weather
LAKE ARTHUR, La. - Hurricane Laura slammed into the Gulf Coast on Thursday as a Category 4 storm, slammed into Lake Arthur, La. and pushed a wall of seawater 40 miles inland as it rolled ashore Thursday near the Louisiana-Texas border. The Hurricane Delta has reportedly hit land in the area, with many residents fleeing their homes and waterfront homes.
At around 10pm, the eye of the storm was over Lake Charles, where KXAN meteorologist Kristen Currie is based. Creole is one of two areas that were badly hit by Hurricane Laura in August. Her husband and children evacuated to Baton Rouge with the family, but Guidry stayed to report on the storms that raged on August 27, 2020. The family set off from Texas to Natchitoches with other families, just as Rita came to the area.
The topography within 2 miles of sulfur is essentially flat, but the sky is clouded and is only about 1 / 3 inch above sea level. The least humid day of the year was January 29, with eight muggy days, according to the National Weather Service.
The windiest day of the year was April 11, with an average wind speed of 35 miles per hour, the National Weather Service said. The quietest day of the year was August 16, with wind gusts of just 2.5 miles per hour or less.
Although temperatures typically vary significantly from night to day, dew points tend to change more slowly, and while temperatures can fall at night, sweltering days are typically followed by sweltering nights. Daylight saving time (Daylight saving time) is observed from spring (14 March) and lasts 7-8 months and ends in autumn (7 November). The average cost of visiting Sulphur for general outdoor activities and warm weather activities is based on the tourism score, but is lower than the average price of a trip to New Orleans, New Jersey or New York City. Based on this value, a visit to Sul phur costs between $1,000 and $2,500.
The northwest wind blows at 5 knots from the north in the early afternoon, and becomes southeast in the late afternoon. Northwesterly winds will be north of 5 knots in the early morning and then south to south at noon and late morning.
The northwest wind blows in the early afternoon with 5 knots from the north and at noon and in the late morning then from south to south.
The northwest wind blows in the early afternoon at 5 knots from the north and midday and then from the south to the south and east to the west.
The northwest wind blows from noon to the end of the day at 5 knots from north and south and then from west to east and from north to south and east.
The northwest wind blows from noon to the end of the day at 5 knots from north and south and then from west to east and from east to north - south - east.
Summer is long, hot and oppressive in sulphur, winter short and cold, and the year is wet and partly cloudy - round. The average wind speed is less than 1.0 km / h per hour and is in one of the four main wind directions during this hour. Wind speeds and directions vary more than average hourly rates, but the wind measured at a given location is equivalent to the average hourly average of the last 30 years. This map shows the mean and average wind direction for Sulphy, Louisiana, based on data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) of the US Weather Service. This does not include the hours in which the mean wind speed in each of the four directions is no more than 2.5 km / h or less.
The city is home to the Sulphur Campus for upper and ninth graders, completed in 2004, as well as a number of other schools and facilities.
Westlake, with a population of 4,600, is in the path of the hurricane, which made landfall early Thursday morning. Additional isolated flash flood warnings were issued for the same area as an additional 1-3 inches of rain fell in a rainband in the delta that cut through parts of that area. Residents in the area are bracing themselves as deadly Hurricane Laura, which devastated them six weeks ago, begins to turn into an approaching hurricane. Westlake is south of Sulphur, Louisiana's second-largest city, just a few miles from the center of a hurricane that hit land and rolled toward the coast Thursday afternoon.