Dry and Quiet Weather Continues Today

Wednesday’s High: 39F / Tonight’s Low: 26F – Last updated Wednesday, December 4, 2019 at 8:42 AM…

Mostly sunny and quiet weather continues today. There could be a few passing clouds in some areas, especially north and east of La Crosse. High temps will be a bit above average again, ranging from the low-mid 30s north… to the low-mid 40s south. La Crosse will likely end up in the upper 30s to near 40F. W/NW winds 10-15 mph will make it feel a bit colder though.

Increasing clouds tonight. Lows will range from the upper teens (north & west) to the mid 20s. Mostly cloudy Thursday as a weak disturbance passes by to our north and east. A few flurries will be possible in far north/east parts of our viewing area, but most areas will remain dry. Even with the clouds, expect highs tomorrow in the upper 30s to around 40F.

Looking Ahead… Our much-needed dry stretch of weather looks to continue right through Saturday. Even with mostly sunny skies, Friday will be colder with highs in the 25-30F range.

We’ll warm right back up for the weekend with highs in the upper 30s to low 40s. Saturday looks dry with partly cloudy skies. Mostly cloudy Sunday with a small chance of a light rain shower or sprinkles in spots.

More energy crosses the region Monday, bringing an increased chance for some snow. Some light accumulations look possible at this time, but it’s much too early to say just how much. Stay tuned! It will turn colder Monday with highs in the upper 20s to low 30s in the morning… then temps will fall through the day.

It’s looking much colder following Monday’s system, with highs Tuesday near 20F, then only in the mid-upper teens on Wednesday and Thursday. Low temps will likely drop into the single digits Tuesday and Wednesday nights. Tuesday and Wednesday are looking mainly dry, but with mostly cloudy skies. Chance of light snow showers on Thursday.

Have a wonderful Wednesday! -Bill Graul

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