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Heavy Rainfall Over Northwest Gulf; Severe Thunderstorms Possible in Northeast/Mid-Atlantic Saturday

Excessive rain over southeast Texas and southwest Louisiana through this evening is threatening the area with a potential for flash, urban, and small stream flooding. Isolated to scattered severe thunderstorms capable of producing damaging winds and marginally severe hail should occur Saturday across parts of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. Read More >

Daily Climate Graphic

Climate Data for July 1
  Normal High* Normal Low* Record High Record Low Record Precipitation
Baton Rouge (since 1892) 91 73 100 (1894) 63 (1908) 2.56 (1959)
Biloxi, MS (since 1893) 89 75 99 (1980) 66 (1938) 4.0 (1910)
McComb, MS (since 1948) 90 71 102 (2009) 60 (1974) 2.02 (1968)
New Orleans - City (since 1893) 93 76 99 (1980) 67 (1923) 4.67 (1923)
New Orleans Intl Airport - MSY (since 1871) 91 76 99 (1980) 65 (1984) 1.38 (2005)
Slidell, LA (since 1956) 89 74 97 (1982) 66 (2013) 4.38 (2003)
*30 Year Climate Normals from 1991 to 2020
On this day in 1983: A severe thunderstorm produced golfball sized hail (1.75 inch diameter) in Livingston Parish.