Welcome back, we saw a mix sun and clouds today.
It was chilly, but at least we didn't have that wind
to deal with like yesterday.
High pressure will bring a clear and chilly night
to the region.
The high will move off to the east tomorrow, allowing
slightly warmer air to return the region.
But not tonight.
temperatures are already in the 20s and dropping.
Here is today's almanac.
Look for lows in the lower to middle teens in the
lower to middle teens, with everyone else in the lower
We'll do a little better tomorrow as highs top out
in the upper 30s to the middle 40s.
As we put the maps into motion, look for a quiet day
tomorrow, but things will change as we head into Monday
night and Tuesday.
Look for clouds to increase monday night.
As we head into Tuesday, look for low pressure to
move out of the rockies toward the central U.S.
This system will bring the potential for a rain and
snow mix Tuesday morning before transitioning to all
This system will bring accumulating snow to parts
of central and northern Minnesota Tuesday night and
We could even see some of that snow get as far south
as northern parts of the viewing area.
with an inch or two possible there.
Be sure to monitor later forecasts as any change in
the track of this system could have an impact on who
sees what in temrs of snow versus rain.
For tonight, it will be clear and cold.
look for lows in the lower 20s here in La Crosse,
but it will be colder in our eastern counties.
For tomorrow, look for sunshine and highs in the middle
Clouds will thicken as we head into tomorrow night.
However, south winds and clouds will keep temperatures
a bit warmer as they only fall into the middle 20s
to near 30.
look for that chance of rain and snow Tuesday into
Thanksgiving looks dry and seasonal.
We'll pick up a chance oria andn snow Thursday night
into early Black Friday, so be on the watch for that.
After that, look for a mainly dry and somewhat cloudy