many areas saw a killing freeze last night.
there are still a few spots that lucked out.
Our southern counties and the counties that border
the Mississippi river still have not seen temperatures
below 32 degrees.
The cool temperatures across the region are brought
to us via this large ridge of high pressure.
It will bring a clear and cool night tonight, but
as it moves off to the east, increasing southerly
winds will bring warmer air into the region.
In fact, we'll be near 70 for the weekend into early
In the meantime, it is cool.
Temperatuers range from the lower to middle 50s.
Here is today's almanac.
Because our southern Counties have not seen a widespread
frost yet, a FROST ADVISORY has been issued for these
Look for another chilly night tonight as lows drop
into the upper 20s in thge east to the middle and
upper 30s elsewhere.
Plejnty of sunshine and breezy south winds will help
push the moercury into the upper 50s to lower 60s
As we put the maps into motion, klook fo the hihg
to slide east.
Gusty south winds behind the high will pull warmer
air into the area.
This will warm highs into the 60s tomorrow with temps
near 70 for Saturday.
Unfortunately, a cool front will arrive Friday night
into Saturday and spread clouds and a chance of drizzle
into the area for Saturday morning, with a chance
of showers and t-storms Saturday afternoon and evening
as the front crosses the area.
For tonight, look for a clear and cool night.
Areas in the south could see areas of frost.
look for lows in the upper 30s here in La Crosse.
We'll see a sunny, but brezy day tomorrow.
Afternoon highs will top out in the lower 60s.
South winds will gust as high as 30 mph, especially
in open areas.
look for a mild period right through the middle of
a couple of storm systems will bring a chance of showers
and even a few t-storms Saturday, we'll pick up another
chance of light rain next Thursday as cooler air returns.