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Autumn arrived at 2:50 AM this morning…

Warm start to the work week…
It was above normal to start the week, but humidity levels were down and westerly winds kept it pleasant. Highs were in the 70s for the afternoon.

Highs Monday

Kickapoo River flood warnings…
Heavy rain last week is still running through the Kickapoo River, so warnings continue for the next day or two.

Kickapoo River Flood warnings into Wednesday…

T-storms return Tuesday evening…
A cold front will approach the area Tuesday afternoon bumping up the warmth and humidity. That will lead to t-storms Tuesday evening, and large hail and gusty winds are possible with these late season storms. Stay tuned for more severe weather updates tomorrow.

Tuesday evening t-storms could be severe.
Severe Weather Outlook for Tuesday evening…

Dry weather Wednesday and Thursday…
An area of high pressure will settle in and the weather will settle down to lots of sunshine and near average high temperatures.

Futurecast Wednesday map is quiet!

More active weather Friday…
Another good chance of showers and t-storms will arrive for Friday. Above normal readings are certainly possible for next week.

7 Day Outlook with Friday t-storms likely…

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Have a great evening! -Stormtracker 19 Chief Meteorologist Dan Breeden

Dan Breeden

Since 1986, Chief Meteorologist Dan Breeden has been forecasting Coulee Region skies.

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