The Lauren-Reilly Eliot Theatre Company to present “Fences” Jan 12th through 21st


LRE PRESENTS FENCES BY AUGUST WILSON. JANUARY 12TH TO THE 21ST AT CITE DES ARTS. FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 291- 1199 EMAIL [email protected] NAME SCOTT GREMILLION PHONE 706-2177 EVENT NAME : SCOTT GREMILLION ORGANIZATION COORDINATING THE EVENT: LAUREN-REILLY ELIOT COMPANY WHERE WILL THE EVENT TAKE PLACE? CITI DES ARTS EVENT DATE AND TIME: JANUARY 12-21, 2018 EVENT WEBSITE : LRE PRESENTS FENCES BY AUGUST WILSON EVENT PHONE NUMBER : 291-1199 PREFERRED DATE RANGE TO BE ON GMA AND ANY OTHER EVENT INFORMATION: JANUARY 8-12, 2018 XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX ?LOW CLOUDS AND FOG ARE HANGING AROUND ACADIANA THIS MORNING. VISIBILITY IN SOME AREAS IS DROPPING BELOW 1/2 MILE. FOGGY CONDITIONS SHOULD STICK AROUND THROUGH THE MID MORNING HOURS. THERE’S ALSO A BIT OF MIST WITH THE FOG, SO YOU MAY NEED YOUR DELAYED WIPERS AS YOU HEAD IN TO WORK AND SCHOOL THIS MORNING. BECAUSE OF THE HIGHER MOISTURE CONTENT, AND THE SLIGHTLY WARMER TEMPERATURES, ROADWAYS WILL PROBABLY BE DAMP THIS MORNING. THE TERM “ROAD SWEAT” HAS BEEN TOSSED AROUND WHEN THIS TYPE OF WEATHER OCCURS. IT’S SIMILAR TO WHERE YOU LEAVE A COLD DRINK OUTSIDE IN HOT WEATHER AND THE GLASS “SWEATS”. THE GROUND IS STILL QUITE COLD FROM LAST WEEK’S TEMPERATURES, AND THE WARMER AND MOISTER AIR WILL INTERACT WITH COLD CONCRETE. CONDENSATION FORMS, AND THAT’S YOUR “ROAD SWEAT”. EXPECT STUFF TO BE “WET” EVEN BEFORE THE RAINS MOVE IN TOMORROW AFTERNOON. THOSE RAINS ARE EXPECTED TO ARRIVE ALONG WITH AN EASTWARD MOVING COLD FRONT. THIS SYSTEM WON’T BE LIKE THE FRONT EARLIER THIS WEEK THAT WAS ONLY ABLE TO TAP INTO PACIFIC AIR, THIS ONE WILL GRAB THE ARCTIC AIR AND REALLY COOL THINGS DOWN FRIDAY AND THE WEEKEND. AHEAD OF THE FRONT TODAY, WE’LL SEE THE WINDS SHIFTING TO THE SOUTHEAST. TODAY’S TEMPERATURES SHOULD BE WARMER THAN YESTERDAY, WITH MOST AREAS ABLE TO REACH THE 60S. UPPER 60S ARE FORECAST FOR AREAS ALONG AND SOUTH OF I- 10 TODAY. CLOUDS WILL HOLD WITH US OVERNIGHT, AND WITH THE SOUTHERLY FLOW IN PLACE, LOWS WILL STAY MILD. EXPECT TEMPERATURES OVERNIGHT TO STAY IN THE MID TO UPPER 50S. SOME FOG WILL BE POSSIBLE, BUT AS WIND SPEEDS INCREASE, THE CHANCES FOR FOG WILL BE REDUCED. BREEZY AND WARM CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED FOR THURSDAY WITH HIGHS REACHING THE LOWER 70S. RAIN AND STORMS WILL PULL IN DURING THE AFTERNOON, WITH THE BEST CHANCE FOR RAIN LATE THURSDAY AFTERNOON INTO THURSDAY EVENING. EXPECT ABOUT AN INCH OF RAIN OVER THE

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