FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Rain chances will taper off, but a cool evening remains in store. -Erik Dean
Bundle up on Friday! Highs tomorrow may not even make it above freezing across parts of the Coulee Region.
DISCUSSION: My goodness, Mother Nature has definitely spoiled us with unseasonably warm weather the past couple of days. But as they say; all good things must come to an end. That’s exactly what will happen starting on Friday. We will see a front push through the region which will drop the temperatures substantially. Our average high for this time of year is 49°. Some places will be lucky to see temperatures above freezing this weekend.
FORECAST: When you wake up in the morning, it will be a chilly start. Temperatures in the low to mid 20s will greet you with mostly cloudy skies. Highs tomorrow will be substantially cooler as compared to day with highs hovering near the freezing mark. Some places will stay below freezing. Not just for Friday, but for the weekend as well. Simply put, bundle up if you have to be outdoors.
NEXT 8 DAYS
As I mentioned, our average high for this time of year is 49°. We will see temperatures staying well below normal for at LEAST the next eight days. As we go into your Monday and Tuesday, I am not going to rule out maybe some scattered snow showers.
Enjoy the rest of your Thursday!
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