OPEN ON MAPS
I hope you enjoyed today because it is more than likely
our last 60+ day in La Crosse for the season.
Changes will coe in the form of this strong storm
system located over Colorado.
While this storm will spare us any accumulating snow,
it will bring the coldest air we've seen so far this
season, along with a lot of wind.
Closer to home, temperatures range fromt he middle
50s in the north to the upper 60s in the far south.
Here is today's almanac.
Look for a very mild night, with most spots only in
the upper 40s to middle 50s.
As we head into tomorrow, look for highs in the middle
50s to lower 60s.
These temperatures will spike out around noon then
drop rapidly into the 40s by late afternoon and early
As we put the maps into motion, our storm system will
be located over southwest iowa during the morning,
but will lift northeast and strengthen as it does
The stengthening storm will draw colder air into the
region as winds shift to the northwest at 15 to 25
mph, with gusts in open areas ranging from 35 to 45
After a bout of some morning rain, look for a break,
before wrap around moisture arirves tomorrow night.
Any rain left over will change to snow.
I am only expecting a trace to half an inch in most
spots, if you see anything at all.
Saturdya looks to be a blustery day, with highs in
the 30s and northwest winds at 10-20 mph with gusts
to 30 mph.
This will produce wind chills in the teens and 20s.
Saturday will feel very different than today.
For tonight, look for a cloudy and mild night as we
only see a low in the middle 50s.
We'll start tomorrow on the mild side with a few showers.
As the day progresses, look for SW winds to increase
to 15-25 mph with gusts to near 40.
After spiking out in the lower 60s, look for highs
to tumble into the lower 40s by early evneing.
For tomorrow night, look for scattered showers to
mix with or change to snow before ending.
Snow totals will be minor.
ranging from a trace to 1/2 an inch.
Again, that is if we see any at all.
we are in for a chilly weekend.
After that, we'l climb back into the 40s for next
week, but could see another chance rain and snow Turesday
Right now, Thanksgiving is looking dry and seasonal.