it was soaking night across the area with as much
as 6 inches of rain falling across the area last night.
The heaviest rain fell across parts of southern Vernon,
Allamakee, Winneshiek, Crawford and richland counties,
where widespread four to six inch amounts were likely.
The cause is this slow moving front.
as weak areas of low pressure worked along the front
we saw several rounds of showers and t-storms.
Farther north, is another area of showers and t-storms.
these storms mainly affect Minnesota, but weaken before
they reach western Wisconsin later tonight.
A closer look at the radar shows that the bulk of
the heavy rain will continue to fall just south of
the viewing area.
This is welcome news for those areas that were hit
with flooding last night and this morning.
You will see a few showers and possibly a t-storm,
but the heaviest rain threat will stay south.
A look at temps shows most spots in the 70s at this
Dew points stil remian high.
mainly in the upper 60s to near 70.
Here is today's almanac.
We'll see highs in the 70s tomorrow.
As we put the maps into motion, look for a dry day
as that front finally gets kicked east.
The break won't last long.
another system plans to arrive Friday afternoon and
Friday night, bringing yet another chance of showers
Here is today's allergy report.
Our forecast for tonight calls for evening showers
and storms, especially across the south.
These should end after midnight, with lingering clouds
and may be a bit of fog expected for the rest of the
We'll start tomorrow under clouds, but should transition
into some sunshine by tomorrow afternoon.
Looking ahead, expect another chance of showers and
t-storms Friday and Friday night.
After that, look for a dry, but cooler weekend.
A stronger cool front will then arrive for Monday.
This frontwill bring a small chance of showers and
will knock temperatures into the 60s for the middle
of next week.
The cooler temperatures will be accompanied by spotty
showers at times.