It's an active evening with strong storms that are moving through the entire Coulee Region.
You need to make sure to move to the most interior part of your home or the basement. Do NOT head outdoors during these storms move in.
These storms have been creating
- Large hail up to 2 inches
- Strong winds which are leading to power outages, trees down and damage to roofs
- Heavy downpours.
After these storms roll through, we are expecting to see some overnight clearing with lows in the upper 50s.
Heading on into Wednesday, we are expecting plenty of sunshine. This cold front that is moving through will allow for a drier air mass to set up, but our highs are still looking to stay in the mid 80s. So it won't feel near as humid Wednesday. As for the rest of the week, we can generally expect highs in the low to mid 80s with off and on sun and clouds. We have the chance for a few storms late Thursday and then again for next weekend.
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