Scattered Showers & T-Storms Tonight -Bill Graul
Isolated Strong Storms Possible
Tonight’s Forecast Low: 49F / Wednesday’s Forecast High: 63F…
It was another day with a wide range in temps from north to south… with northern parts of the viewing area being about 20-degrees cooler than the south.
This is all thanks to a frontal boundary sitting just to the south of La Crosse and this front will be the focal point for scattered showers and t-storms tonight as it gradually shifts south/east. Expect lows in the 40s for most.
There’s an outside chance for a few strong storms this evening… and through about midnight. Like last night, the main threat with any stronger storm that could develop would be hail. As a result of this chance… I have this evening listed as an ALERT NIGHT.
A few showers or sprinkles could linger into Wednesday morning. Otherwise, expect a mainly dry day with mostly cloudy skies and highs in the 60-65F range for most. Another boundary will track east/southeast across the region Thursday and will bring a slight chance of showers and perhaps an isolated t-storm. Highs on Thursday will mainly be in the mid 60s.
Looking Ahead… Mostly sunny and pleasant Friday with highs in the low-mid 60s. Partly sunny, breezy and warmer Saturday with highs in the 70s. Temps remain in the 70s Sunday, but there will also be a slight chance of showers and t-storms.
Next Monday and Tuesday are looking seasonable at this point, with highs in the 65-70F range. They also look mainly dry as of now, with mostly cloudy skies Monday… then partly sunny Tuesday. Slight chance of showers and isolated t-storms next Wednesday with highs in the mid 60s.
Have a good night, but be sure to remain extra weather aware… just in case. -Bill Graul
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