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Keep the sunshine coming!

What a day!
We saw a gorgeous day across the Coulee Region with temperatures in the mid 60s to low 70s and plenty of sunshine for most of the day! A few clouds moved in during the afternoon. The evening will be very pleasant as winds die down. Expect lows in the mid 40s overnight.

Sunday weather on repeat…
If you liked Sunday, you’re in luck! We have a nice stretch of similar weather for the next few days. Plenty of sunshine to start the week with temps in the mid to upper 60s through Thursday. Enjoy it while it lasts, not sure how many more days of this nice fall weather we will see.

Rain returns late week…
Our next system doesn’t move through until Thursday, bringing a chance for showers and t-storms. It will have a cold front associated with it, really dropping our temperatures heading into the weekend. As of now, I have temps in the 40s for highs starting Saturday…

Say it aint snow…
Yes…I said it…snow. Our lows at night for next weekend could be in the mid 30s which is flirting with the freezing mark. As this system rolls through, it could bring a few snow flurries overnight to the region…As of now, I think our temps will stay warm enough in the Coulee Region for mostly rain, but areas to our north could see some flakes. It is still VERY early and a lot can and will change from now until then, so we’ll watch it as the week progresses J

Have a great rest of your day!

-Stormtracker 19 Meteorologist Warren Sears

 

Warren Sears

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