Windy, breezy, blustery….
Wind advisory in effect for Fillmore County until 6 pm tonight as gusty winds could get up to 45 mph. Travel could be effected and blow objects possible across the Coulee Region, be safe. The winds will be strong out of the south or everyone in the Coulee Region so grab the windbreaker. On a good note, the southerly wind will continue to bring warming.
We’ve gradually seen warming through the workweek and as we head into the weekend it will continue. With an average high temperature of 59 degrees this weekend the area will be above average. The highs could reach the mid-60s to make for a mild weekend. There will be a weak cold front Saturday causing a few showers for the first part of the day. Then the winds calm and sunshine returns for your Sunday.
Rainy work week…
The weekend will end dry until a larger system starts to bring rainfall early Monday morning. A few thunderstorms will be possible on the arrival of the system. Then showers will be on and off into Tuesday morning as the low pressure moves out. Then a cool down and isolated showers continue into the workweek.
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-Stormtracker 19 Meteorologist Alyssa Triplett