Colder Today With A Few Flurries Possible In Spots

Even Colder Thursday & Friday

Wednesday’s Forecast High: 30F / Tonight’s Low: 13F…

Temps were more seasonable across the region on Tuesday with highs in the 30s. The high in La Crosse was 36F, which was only 1-degree above average.

February Temps

5-Day Stretch Of Above Average High Temps Ends Today

Snow Depth

Snow Depth Decreased Last Weekend Thanks To Mild Temps

Today will be colder with a mix of clouds and filtered sunshine. There could be some flurries in spots as well. Highs will be in the upper 20s to low 30s, so slightly below average for a change. N to NW winds 5-15 mph will add an extra bite to the chill.

Daycast

Colder Than Average Today For A Change

Few flurries will still be possible into this evening, otherwise expect a mostly cloudy sky with colder temps. Lows will range from the single digits (north and northeast) to the low-mid teens. Thursday will be even colder than today, with highs only in the mid-upper 20s… with more clouds than sun. Winds Thursday will be from the NW around 5-10 mph. Friday will be partly sunny, but continued chilly with highs again in the mid-upper 20s.

8 Day

Cold End To The Week… But Warming Up For The Weekend

Looking Ahead… Temps will start warming just in time for the weekend. Expect highs back in the 30s Saturday, then low-mid 40s on Sunday. Skies will be partly sunny Saturday, then clouds will increase on Sunday.

A southwesterly flow will try to pump some moisture into the region early next week and this will bring at least a slight chance of light rain and snow showers from Sunday night through Tuesday. Any precip would likely fall as rain showers or sprinkles during the day (with temps well above freezing)… then light snow showers or flurries at night (with temps in the upper 20s).

Precip chances increase a touch Wednesday with a chance of mainly light snow, as highs will slip back into the 30s. Next Thursday looks dry at this point, but mostly cloudy and colder with highs in the low 30s.

Have a wonderful Wednesday! -Bill Graul

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