Hammond man killed in fatal car crash in St. Tammany

Hammond man killed in fatal car crash in St. Tammany

Hammond man killed in fatal car crash in St. Tammany

Drivers. That’s all for today. Back to you. Thanks for the info, Jeff. we. FIRST WEATHER WARNING We tracked in a little rain as we moved, but even with all the clouds and wind today, we still managed some temps down to the low 80s. But using Doppler radar, we’ll show you who’s going to get a little rain. And that’s really what I expect for the rest of the evening. There’s not much rain coming. Our way. North Shore, you might get the most out of it. You had some mild showers early. previously. Oriental skirt over twin. They are long gone. Let us show you as we head towards the river parishes. As we head towards St. James Parish. This is where most of the rain fell. As you head west from LaPlace, you can see toward Laurel Ridge Ranch at Central Deer, and there’s some rain falling around you, but it’s actually moving a little further to the northwest. So Tangipahoa Parish will be cut short. You always seem to be the winner when those storms come from west to east and you have some rain independently moving Sam and Ponchatoula, before you know it, that has moved on from the French settlement. Not much rain here, and we turn to our high-resolution forecast. This just confirms that some rain is expected through the rest of this evening. And it’s all over tonight. We’ll get to this data in a moment. I want to point out that these temperatures off the Gulf have kept the temperature at 70 degrees, but we are still at 80 degrees now with higher winds, clouds and dew points. So, if it feels a little too wet for you, okay. These wind speeds are 15 to 25 and some are higher. They were 35 at Lakefront and 32 at Belle Chase. Earlier today. So the center of this system is really to the north. You have to head towards Lake Michigan where it’s turning now. The Tornado watch precedes that. We are a long way from the center of this system, but I don’t see any possibility of severe weather. We are at the very low end of the risk level. But again, I think the threat is not here. How does this radar fit with our short-time forecasts? A couple of showers here and there. But as you can see, we haven’t had even a single severe storm. There is a small chance of this happening. But if that happens, we expect some strong wind gusts to be the main threat. And heavy rain locally. We’ll catch the wind tonight and then we’ll go driving in some cool air. So those winds coming from the south were initially at 1525. But from the northwest it could be 20 to 30 later tonight, as we get into the morning hours. But we’ll be much colder 50 to Bogalusa 58 here in New Orleans, and 60 in Lakefront. Then there will be sunny skies when we arrive Wednesday into Thursday. Lovely sunshine, but a little cooler and breezy too. We’ll show you the wind forecast here in the northwest from 10 to 20. We only have a high of 72. That means we’re at maximum tide heading into minimum tide. But there is a small local boat crafts consulting service. 41 by Thursday morning in the 50s and 40s for South Beach. That’s when the cold comes. But there is plenty of sunshine during Thursday. The temperature forecast is still a bit cold. Lower to mid 70s and still a bit breezy. These northwesterly winds will continue to reach 10 to 20 and some higher through Friday. We may see some clouds in the sky late. We’ll be back in the mid-70s here, but I wanted to take a quick look at next week’s eclipse forecast. The weekend looks good, but by Sunday we start moving into thicker clouds. Chance of some rain unfortunately by Monday, look at this. We are still expecting a little rain throughout the day. I don’t have temperatures that cold, but that means there could be quite a bit of cloud cover. This is a low confidence forecast. There’s still a ways to go, but we’ll give it a go now. 30% chance of clouds and even rain and storms around you. By then, we will continue to put out updates on the WDSU.COM web and here on your skates

Hammond man killed in fatal car crash in St. Tammany

A Hammond man is dead after a fatal crash on Highway 12 near LA Hwy 434 in St. Tammany. Louisiana State Police say Alton Henry, 68, was driving eastbound on Interstate 12 at the same time another vehicle was also headed east. LSP says the other vehicle struck the back of Henry’s car, ran off the road and struck a tree. Henry was unrestrained and fatally injured as a result of the accident and was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver was also unrestrained but was not injured. This is an ongoing investigation.

A Hammond man is dead after a fatal crash on Highway 12 near LA Hwy 434 in St. Tammany.

Louisiana State Police say Alton Henry, 68, was driving eastbound on Interstate 12 at the same time another vehicle was also headed east.

LSP says the other vehicle struck the back of Henry’s car, ran off the road and struck a tree.

Henry was unrestrained and fatally injured as a result of the accident and was pronounced dead at the scene.

The driver was also unrestrained but was not injured.

This is an ongoing investigation.

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