Scattered rain showers will continue through early morning. A couple of thunderstorms have already been reported, so especially across the Coulee Region, you may hear a couple of rumbles of thunder! A front is cutting our area in half with much cooler air to the north. Hayward is seeing temperatures in the mid 30s while most of the area is still seeing temperatures in the 50s! So, depending on where you are waking up, you will either need an umbrella or a coat as you head off to work or school.
Rain showers move out a little later this morning, leading to a drier and brighter afternoon. This will allow temperatures again to climb well into the 60s. Eau Claire will have another shot at hitting the 70 degree mark. Tonight skies remain clear and after the front moves out, cooler air will be moving into the area bringing overnight lows down into the middle 30s. Highs will be back in the upper 50s tomorrow, but it will still be a nice day with plenty of sunshine.
By Wednesday we'll be watching a large storm come together in the Plains.. this will ultimately bring rain and storm chances our way, but the timing has been pushed back just a bit now.. more likely holding off until Wednesday night and Thursday. The rain will continue into Friday and will start to move out of the area by Saturday. Although the temperatures will remain about 10 degrees below average with highs for next weekend only in the mid 50s.