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Heavy rain could lead to flash flooding

Flash flood watch…

A flash flood watch has been issued for Winona, Houston, Fillmore [MN], Winneshiek, Allamakee [IA], La Crosse, Monroe, Vernon, Crawford and Richland [WI] counties through Wednesday morning.  The ground is already saturated and upwards of 3 inches of rainfall is possible which could come quickly to lead to flash flooding. If you encounter a flooded roadway, turn around.

Flood-Warning-Studio1
Watch in effect through tomorrow with chances for flash flooding in repeated rainfall areas

Heavy rain…

Everyone will have a chance for rainfall but areas along and south of I-90 will experience repeated heavy rain. 1 to 2 inches will be most likely for most; it will be the localized areas that have repeated rainfall that could accumulate to nearly 3 inches. Stay aware and take it slow on the roads today.

Futurecast
Showers and thunderstorms will effect the morning and evening commute

Rain continues…

Heavy rain will continue overnight tonight then become light into the early morning tomorrow. Scattered showers will be possible tomorrow but will trend to be drier during the day before showers become more likely overnight into Thursday. No storms are expected to become severe, just a little bit of lightning from time to time.

Temp-Trend
More fall-like weather dominates the next week ahead

Drying out…

Finally by Thursday a high pressure system will build into the region and allow for the sunshine to make an appearance. The sunshine will last through Friday but all week long temperatures will be in the upper 50s and low 60s.

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-Stormtracker 19 Meteorologist Alyssa

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Alyssa Triplett

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