BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - It’s a record-breaking cold November morning throughout our viewing area.
Metro Baton Rouge dropped as low as 24° - breaking the previous record of 26°, set in 1907! Wind chills in the area were in the teens!
A Hard Freeze Warning remains in effect until 8 a.m., through a portion of the early commute, but temperatures will remain much cooler than normal again today. At least it won’t be as windy as it was Tuesday.
Look for partly cloudy skies, light NE winds and a high only in the lower 50°s.
Clouds increase overnight, keeping temperatures above freezing and lows only dropping to 39°.
Grab the umbrella Thursday as a 50% chance of rain returns to the forecast.