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Periodical snow/rain chances through Friday

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Alyssa Futurecast
Low pressure sinks south, gains momentum and heads into the Ohio Valley
DMA - Futurecast Snow Accumulation - RPM 4km
Max amount of snowfall possible through Sat. AM, as snow will be on and off
Meteogram Future Temp Trend XO 10 Days
The temperatures remain steadily above average into February

Light snow will continue to be possible, but moderate snowfall will be unlikely through the next few days. The biggest concern will be the variability in the type of precipitation. Then as temperatures hover in the mid-30s this could cause the light snow to melt near the surface bringing a wintry mix. Again, this will be more likely in the afternoon with the warmer afternoon highs both today and tomorrow.


Light snow continued overnight and La Crosse ended the day with 1.6 inches of snowfall. Areas across the region even neared 5 inches (to the north of I-90). As the precipitation continues through Friday, snow accumulations will be minimal. There could be a few stronger bands of snow as the low pressure exits to bring near a half an inch. However, with the chance for rain to mix into the precipitation chances snow totals will be lessened. So expect less than an inch through Friday.

Slick travel…

With the mix precipitation becoming more likely at times today and tomorrow, this could create dicey road conditions. Wet surfaces and around freezing temperatures can create icy roads quickly with slushy snow as well. Travel safely and take your time on the roads into the weekend.

Calm Weekend…

As the low pressure moves up the Ohio Valley Friday night a few light flurries possible into Saturday with cloudy skies. The region will also continue to stay above average with highs in the mid to upper 30s.

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-Stormtracker 19 Meteorologist Alyssa Triplett

Alyssa Triplett

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