Scattered light rain is falling across the Coulee Region with temperatures mainly in the low 50s. It will not be a washout by any means today, just watching for additional rain in the next couple of hours under the cloud cover followed by clearing skies and cool temperatures.
Highs this afternoon will stay close to 60 despite the decreasing clouds and increased sunshine. On average, highs are usually still in the low to mid 70s for this time of year, so it will be another cooler than normal day. Winds from the northwest will keep the cooler air in place. Tonight as the sky clears out our temperatures will fall into the upper 30s, even cooler for our northern counties. There is a FROST ADVISORY in effect from midnight until 8AM Tuesday for Washburn, Sawyer and Price counties. But, there is some warmer air on the way for the rest of the work week.
The next few days will feature sunshine and high temperatures in the mid to upper 60s. High pressure will take over control of our weather pattern providing us with a nice stretch of quiet days. Temperatures will slowly be rising into the weekend when we will finally see weather typical of this time of year. Expect some 70s to return into the weekend with a change in the pattern bringing the threat of rain and thunder back into the forecast by Friday and lasting through Sunday.
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