well it appears we are in for a messy night in the
The cause is this area of low pressure to our south.
This systme will bring a good slug of warm air with
The question is how far north will that warm air get
because it will determine our precipitiaiton type.
Right now, it appears the highest chances of snow
will be across the northern half of the viewing area.
A closer look at the radar shows a large area of
rain and snow moving across Minnesota.
It hasn't had too muich luck moving eastward into
Wisconsin as the air is still a bit too dry.
That will change as we head through the evening.
However, we'll also see a surge of warmer air aloft
move in and that will make forecasting precip types
Right now, we have a Winter Weather Advisory for the
Eau Claire area tonight.
This is where confidence is highest that we'll see
mroe snow than mixed precip.
We will have to watch La Crosse and the I-90 corridor
closely because we'll be on that rain and snow line.
Right now, it appears we'll see mainly rain and snow
here tonight with little snow accumulation.
Snow totals follow this line, as well, with up to
5 inches expected over ntorhern Wisconsin.
Farther sout, we could see up to three inches in areas
between Eau claire and La Crosse, with less than an
inch expected here in La Crosse.
Temperatues are in the upper 30s to lower 40s at this
Here is today's almanac.
Look for lows tonight in the lower to middle 30s,
which is why we are seeing that problem with precip
look for highs tomorrow in the middle and upper 30s.
As we put the maps into motion, look for rain and
snow across the area to gradually end as our system
pulls off to the east.
As we head into Thanksgiving, look for a dry and cloudy
By Thursda night, another weaker disturbance moves
in and coujld produce another round of rain and or
snow, but precip amounts look very light.
For tonight, look for rain and snow here in La Crosse,
with snow north.
Areas that see snow could see up to three inches of
look for a low in the middle 30s.
For tomorrow, look for rain and snow to start the
day, with precip ending as we head into the afternoon.
We'll see a high in the middle and upper 30s.
Thanksgiving Day looks dry, but cloudy.
The weekend looks dry for Saturday, but another storm
system wil approach for Sunday bringing a chance of
more rain and snow as we start the new work week.