LATEST FORECAST DISCUSSION
Meteorologist: Drew Williams
*A FLASH FLOOD WATCH is in effect until 9 am Saturday for Crawford, Grant, La Crosse, Monroe and Vernon counties.*
A few scattered showers overnight but most of today will be dry. There's a chance of a few storms later today. Temperatures and humidity will be more of factor today.
This weekend will offer some improvements in regards to the weather. A few storms may develop later today but the severe threat is low. Whether or not we do get strong storms will depend on the timing of low pressure moving through the state and then to our east. The majority of today will feature a mix of sun and clouds with highs creeping up a bit, back in the mid 80's. Today will also be the last day of higher humidity before we catch a break.
Chances for additional storms will persist as this system is forecast to continue moving east and away from Western Wisconsin. An upper trough will then swing down from the north, moving into the Western Great Lakes on Sunday. Most locations should stay dry tomorrow afternoon but there may be an isolated shower or storm here or there. Expect a mostly sunny sky and cooler temperatures, in the upper 70's with lower humidity.
A nicer day to start the work week with high pressure in the area. Monday will come with plenty of sunshine and pleasant temperatures in the 70's to around 80. The next front is then forecast to arrive late Tuesday when we'll see increased clouds on that day followed by another chance of storms Wednesday. Temperatures will be close to average those days, in the low to mid 80's.
Have a great weekend!