We briefly hit 90 degrees again for a high in La Crosse
This marks the 2nd day in a row, and the 5th day this
year reaching 90 or hotter.
It was still quite humid as well.
A few storms developed overnight, but were confined
to about the southern third of the viewing area.
Southern parts of the viewing area could still see
some showers and t-storms today, but the rest of the
region should remain dry with a mix of clouds and
It will be cooler and much less humid today with highs
in the 70s.
A front will remain stalled to our south tonight and
There's a slight chance some of the showers and t-storms
that develop close to it could creep into parts of
our area, especially south & west.
Rain chances north & east are slim at best.
Expect pleasant lows tonight in the 50s, with highs
Wednesday in the mid-upper 70s.
An area of low pressure is then forecast to lift northeast
across the region late Wednesday night into Thursday.
This will bring a good chance for rain and t-storms.
Locally heavy rainfall will be possible during this
time, something to keep an eye on.
The rain will knock highs Thursday into the low 70s.
I've had to add some slight rain chances for Friday
and Saturday, but Sunday still looks mainly dry.
Expect highs Friday and Saturday in the upper 70s
to around 80, with low 80s expected for Sunday.
Another system will bring a decent chance for some
rain on Labor Day Monday with highs in the low 80s.