Colder Than Average Tonight… Then More Seasonable Tuesday -Bill Graul

Mainly Dry for Thanksgiving Week

WHAT WE’RE TRACKING: 

As of now, not much. It’s looking mainly dry this week, which is great news for those doing any traveling across the region for Thanksgiving. The exception could be a weak disturbance that could bring some isolated rain showers or a light mix in spots on Thanksgiving Day.

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PLANNING YOUR NEXT 24 HOURS:

Just some passing clouds tonight, but dry. Overnight temps will be colder than average, with lows in the 13-23F range across the region… but winds will be light. More seasonable Tuesday with a mix of clouds and sun. Expect highs in the mid 30s to mid 40s, with south winds around 5-10 mph. The average high this time of year in La Crosse is 43F.

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MAINLY DRY THIS WEEK:

Partly cloudy and dry Wednesday with highs in the low-mid 40s, making for a great day for travelers. A disturbance tracking by to the south will bring just a slight chance of light showers or a light mix on Thanksgiving Day, but as of now the chance is only around 20%. Highs on Thursday will be in the low 40s. Friday is looking dry with highs in the upper 30s to around 40F. The weekend looks dry as well with a mix of sun and clouds. Highs will be in the low-mid 40s Saturday, then upper 30s to around 40F Sunday. Next week could get a bit more active, with at least slight chances for rain and snow showers on Monday and Tuesday. Stay tuned!

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Have a good Monday night and a great week ahead! -Meteorologist Bill Graul