FROST ADVISORY For Some Tonight -Bill Graul
Below Average Temps To Stick Around
Tonight’s Forecast Low: 37F / Wednesday’s Forecast High: 62F…
It’s going to be a chilly night across the region thanks to clearing skies and lighter winds. Expect lows to range from the upper 20s (north/east) to the mid-upper 30s. The NWS has issued a FROST ADVISORY for La Crosse County and points north and east from midnight tonight through 9:00 Wednesday morning. Be sure to cover or bring in any frost sensitive plants and perhaps disconnect garden hoses if you’ve used them this season.
Expect lots of sunshine Wednesday morning, then increasing clouds during the afternoon. High temps will range from the upper 50s to low 60s. A disturbance will bring a chance of rain showers Wednesday night. It won’t be a chilly Wednesday night, thanks to the clouds and rain chances, with lows around 40F.
Much of Thursday will be dry, but a weak boundary could spark a few isolated showers later in the day or Thursday evening. Highs on Thursday will be in the upper 50s to around 60F.
Looking Ahead… You’ll have to get used to these cooler than average temps as it looks like they’ll stick around right through at least the middle of next week. Friday continues to look dry and the good news is Saturday is now looking dry as well. Even Mother’s Day Sunday, the rain chances have decreased and are only at about 20%.
Expect highs in the upper 50s to low 60s Friday through Saturday. Lows could drop into the 30s in most spots once again Friday night into Saturday morning. Frost could again be possible, especially in northern and eastern sections of the viewing area.
Just small chances for isolated showers next Monday and Tuesday, then a bit better chance of rain showers for Wednesday. Temps remain on the cool side with highs in the upper 50s to low 60s… and overnight lows in the upper 30s to low 40s.
Have a good night! -Bill Graul
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