well, the situation hasn't changed much from last
We have a astalled out frontal boundary wavering across
Week ripples of energy track along the front and tap
into the deep moisture in place to produce strong,
heavy rain producing t-storms.
Once again, we face a double threat.
This evening, we could see some severe storms.
The main threats would be damaging winds and large
hail however, I can;t rule out an isolated tornado
or two this evening.
The next threat is the potential for more heavy rain
that will only aggravate an already dangerous situation.
A look at the radar shows the bulk of the showers
and t-storms have moved east of the La Crosse area.
showers and strong storms continue to roll across
the Chippewa Valley.
Farther south asn west, more storms are brewing across
I am expecting this areas of showeres and t-storms
to increase in coverage and strength as we head into
some of these storms could be severe.
A flash flood watch continues for the region through
Any additional rain we recieve tonight will only aggravate
the ongoing flooding over the area.
It is very important to realize that this situation
is particularly dangerous.
I can't emphasize this enough, depending on where
the heaviest band of rain sets up tonight, we could
see a very dangerous flooding situation develop.
Please pay attention to the weather tonight, particularly
if you live in flod prone areas.
Here is a look at temperatures.
Here is the almanac.
As we put the maps into motion, espect the same scenario
We'll continue to see this front wobble across teh
area as weak areas of low pressure work along the
This means occasional showers and t-storms will continue
through the night tonight into tomorrow.
And yes, they will be capable of mroe heavy rain.
We may finally a bit of a break as we head in Friday
and Friday night.
We won;t co pletely lose the rain chances, but we
will be able to ease up on the heavy rain.
Here is today's allergy report.
For tonight, look for mroe showers and t-storms.
They could be severe, especially this evening.
they will also be capable of producing heavy rain.
Showers and t-storms will continue into tomorrow.
Again, some of them will put down heavy rain.
the active pattern looks to continue into the weekend.
After a break Saturday, more showers and t-storms
return Saturdya night into Sunday.
Rain chances will drop off significanbtly for early
next week, but won't go away completely.
Look for temperatures to fasll back into the upper
60s to lower 70s by next week.