it was another cloudy day across the day, with November
living up to its reputation as our cloudiest month.
The clouds are caused by an area of low prssure aloft
that is spinning over the Great Lakes.
This low will continue to sit and spin over the region
for the next 24 to 36 hours.
Weak disturbances roating around the low will bring
periodic chances of precip.
The next chance arrives tomorrow.
With temperatures rainging from the upepr 30s to near
40, we can expect it to be a mix of rain and snow
However, it would be hard for any snow to accumulate
to any degree.
Temperatures range from the middle 30s in thre west
to the lower 40s elswehere.
Here is today's almanac.
Look for lows tonight in the 30s.
They will once again top out in the upper 3s0 to lower
As we put the maps into motion, look for that upper
low to continue to spin over the area.
we'll see occasional rain and snow showers.
Those rain and snow showers will continue into tomorrow
By Thursday, look for just a slight chance for rain
Our forecast for tonight calls for clouds, along with
a slight chance of rain and snow toward daybreak.
look for a low near 34.
Tomorrow will bring occasional rain and snow showers.
Any snow accumulations look minimal.
Highs tomorrow will top out in the lower 40s here
in La Crosse.
Look for more rain and snow showers tomorrow night
as we dip into the middle 30s.
look for partly to mostly cloudy skies Friday and
We'll pick up another chance of rain and snow Sunday
after a break Tuesday, we'll see another chance of
rain and or snow late in the day next Wednesday.
Notice temperatures falling into the 30s, then hold
Overnight lows will fall into the upper 20s to near