it was a beautiful day across the region.
Of course, the big question is will the nice weather
continue for the Torchlight Parade? The answer is
a resounding yes.
High pressure is keeping us protected from clouds
and rain, however, that won't be the case after tonight.
Remember that cutoff low pressure system? It is spinning
around the Ohio and Tennessee Valleys.
Unfortunately, it appears this low will get bumped
a bit farther north over the next 48 hours.
It will get close enough to us to bring a chance of
very light rain shower or sprinkles as early as tomorrow
They will then continue into Saturday.
In the meantime, temperatures range from the upper
60s to lower 70s.
Here is today's almanac.
As we head into tomorrow, look for highs in the middle
and upper 60s.
as we head through the day tomorrow, look for that
low to head north.
As a result, look for clouds to increase.
We could even see a light shower or sprinkle late
in the day tomorrow.
The chance for those light rain showres an sprinkles
will continue into tomorro wnight and Saturday.
They will be brief and quite light where they occur.
If there is any good news, the most persistent showers
may actually stay east of La Crosse, across central
parts of Wisconsin.
It is quite possible we may not see any rain at all
fingers are crossed.
Here is today's allergy report.
For tonight, look for a clear and pelasant night,
with overnight lows in the upper 40s to lower 50s.
As we head into Friday, look for increasing clouds.
There is a slight chance we could see a light rain
shower or sprinkle, mainly late in the day.
the chance of light rain or sprinkles will head into
By Sunday, look for the low to move off.
We'll get a couple of dry and pleasant days Monday
and Tuesday before another system brings the chance
of showers and t-storms Tuesday night through Thursday.
It will be followed by cooler tempratures for the
end of next week.