Clouds/Fog For Some AM... Mostly Sunny PM

High Today: 84F / Low Tonight: 63F - Last updated Thursday, June 6, 2019 at 8:50 AM...

RIVER FLOOD WARNINGS are in effect until further notice for the Mississippi River at Wabasha, Winona, La Crosse and McGregor/Prairie du Chien. The river is gradually dropping in all locations. It's expected to drop back to flood stage in Wabasha June 10th, Winona June 8th, La Crosse June 7th and PdC/McGregor around June 13th.

Many areas, including La Crosse, are starting today with low clouds and patchy fog. This cloud cover should gradually mix out with skies becoming partly to mostly sunny this afternoon. This will help make for another warm day with highs back in the upper 70s to low-mid 80s. Dew points could be in the low-mid 60s at times, especially south of I-90, making it feel a little bit muggy.

Mostly clear tonight with lows in the upper 50s to low-mid 60s. Winds will be light and this could again lead to areas of patchy fog late tonight into early Friday morning.

Lots of sunshine Friday and continued warm with highs in the low-mid 80s. It will be less humid Friday as well, making for a nice summery day.

Looking Ahead... Mostly sunny, warm and dry conditions will continue on Saturday with highs well into the 80s.

Slight chance of showers and t-storms Sunday. Not quite as warm with highs in the upper 70s to low 80s.

Partly sunny Monday, then expect slight chances for showers and t-storms Tuesday and Wednesday. Just isolated showers and t-storms will be possible Thursday and Friday. Expect plenty of dry time each of these days as well.

Temps will be cooler next week with highs mainly in the low-mid 70s. It will be comfortable sleeping weather with overnight lows in the low-mid 50s.

Have a great Thursday! -Bill Graul

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