FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Snow continues this evening. -Erik Dean

Allow yourself extra time if you are traveling this evening.

Forecast Overnight Lows

DISCUSSION: Some places across the Coulee Region have received their first inch of snow. Snow chances will continue as we head into the evening hours as well as the majority of Wednesday. When you wake up in the morning, temperatures in the upper 20s will greet you. Like today, we will not move much in the temperature department throughout the day with highs hovering around the freezing mark yet again.

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Snow chances will start to taper off across the area as we head into your Wednesday Morning. The northern zones will start to see it taper off. By the evening hours, some places could see a stray snow shower or two. Overall it will be done. Snow chances will linger as we head into your Thursday Morning as well. As I mentioned yesterday, please allow yourself extra time to get to your destinations. Also make sure you have the News8000 First Alert Weather App to receive the latest updates.

8 Day Pm

8-DAY FORECAST: Well if you think this is cold, wait until we head into the weekend. On Friday, we will see highs in the upper teens – low 20s. That trend will continue for the most part for Saturday. Here is the catch; Feels like temperatures will be in the teens with overnight lows in the single digits. Feels like temperatures at that time will be below zero across the area.

Bundle up, and enjoy your evening!

-Erik Dean
Meteorologist
edean@wkbt.com