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Heat, humidity and more…

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Highest Heat Index
Highest Heat Index for June 30, 2020.
Highs Tuesday
Highs Tuesday were near 90 degrees.
Muggy Meter XO
Muggy Meter is showing sweltering dew points.
7 Day Outlook XO-4
7 Day Outlook for La Crosse.
Allergy Forecast

Beautiful Tuesday…

Partly to mostly sunny skies dominated this afternoon. Highs reached the upper 80s to lower 90s, and humidity levels stayed high, so hydration was a must if you had to work or play outside! Expect this trend of heat and humidity to continue through the weekend.

Isolated to scattered t-storms possible…

We should see a break from the rain for tonight, though west of the WXOW viewing area will see a pretty good chance of showers and t-storms. A few will try to move in late tonight, but it will likely fall apart before reaching us. The 7 day forecast will feature slight to moderate chances of showers and t-storms, particularly favoring later afternoons and evenings, so keep an eye on each day’s skies and forecasts.

Heat and humidity to remain…

Temperatures in the high 80s and lower 90s will continue for us through early next week, and higher dew points will mean sweltering weather. Winds will mostly stay light, and that will mean even hotter feeling conditions. If you must be outdoors, slow down and stay hydrated. Sunscreen is a must. Remember you furry friends, too!

Pollen season continues…

Grass pollens and mold will be increasing this week, when rain isn’t in the picture.

Follow the forecast on WXOW; on our newscasts, online on our website, https://wxow.com/weather, and by using our WXOW Weather App!

Have a great evening! -Stormtracker 19 Chief Meteorologist Dan Breeden

Dan Breeden

Since 1986, Chief Meteorologist Dan Breeden has been forecasting Coulee Region skies.

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