it was another cloudy one today, but at least msot
of the day was dry.
As we look at the ,aps we can see a trough draped
across the region.
This trough has kept clouds in place across the region.
This trough may try to produce some patchy drizzle
in spots tonight.
The good news is the drizzle looks to be pretty patchy,
and with most of us remaining above freezing, I am
not anticipating and problems from it.
Temperatures a range from the middle 30s to near 40.
Again, a day with very little temperatures change
from night to day.
Readings tonight will be very similar.
Here is today's almanac.
As we look ahead to lows tonight, they will onyl drop
a few degrees.
again ranging from about 30 to about 33 across the
They will not rise much tomorrow.
in fact, they will range from about 30 to 35.
This is a bit cooler than today, but average for this
As we put the maps into motion, look for high pressure
to take over for tomorrow into Saturday.
The high may not scour out the clouds tomorrow, but
should have some impact Saturday, allowing for a mix
of sun and clouds.
Look for highs in the middle 30s both days, with lows
in the 20s.
For tonight, look for clouds to continue.
We could see some spotty drizzle.
Overnight lows will fall to around 33 here in La Crosse.
For Friday, look fro a mostly cloudy sky and highs
in the middle 30s.
look for a mix of clouds and sun Saturday with highs
in the middle 30s.
We'll pick up a chance of light snow Saturyda night
that will change to a mix of rain and snow or all
Snow amounts look minimal.
after a break Monday, look for a chance of rian and
It could change to snow Tuesday night into Wednesday.
If this scenario played out,
we could see some accumulation.
this far out, the confidence is very low as the computer
models are still all over the place.
Not only do they differ as to whether a storm system
will develop, but if it does develop where will it
we'll keep an eye on the time period closely.
Expect changes to the forecast for this time period
over the next few days as more info becomes available.
One thing there is a bit more confidence in is that
it appears we may see some of the coldest air move
in for the end of next week.