FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Another mild evening tonight with clear skies! -Erik Dean

Tomorrow will look much the same as today.

DISCUSSION: We had another nice day to start the weekend with highs in the 80s. A smidge warmer than yesterday, but still not bad. If you liked today, I think you’ll like tomorrow and for the most part Monday. There is one little caveat for tomorrow’s forecast.

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For the most part tomorrow will be like today. The reason why I said today is the pick of the weekend and not tomorrow is because, despite plenty of sunshine and temperatures much like today, rain and thunderstorm chances will increase in the evening and overnight hours ahead of a front. By Monday morning, once the front pushes its way through the Coulee Region, we’ll see the temperatures drop a couple of degrees for our high, but that sets the stage for the Mid-week.

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So once that cool front pushes through, behind it is a warm front which is associated with a low pressure system near the U.S. and Canada border. That front, along with high pressure and southerly winds paves the way for temperatures to go into the low – mid 90s for Wednesday.


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Overall not a bad 8-Day. We’ll see that chance of showers & t-storms in the forecast Sunday Night going to early Monday Morning. We’ll see a weak front push through which will drop the temperatures a little bit for Monday. By Wednesday, we stay in the mid 90s with an early morning t-storm chance. With temps in the 90s and dew points in the 70s, it will definitely feel uncomfortable out there, so if you have plans to be outdoors, remember the Shades and Sunscreen.

Enjoy your Saturday!

-Erik Dean