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Friday’s a hot one

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Highs Thursday
Highs Thursday were in the 80s.
Friday Highs Forecast
Forecast Friday Highs
Futurecast Friday Evening Map-2
Futurecast Friday evening map shows t-storms approaching.
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7 Day Forecast
7 Day Forecast
Allergy Forecast
Allergy Forecast

High heat sticking around…

Partly sunny skies and higher humidity moved into the region for today. Dew point temperatures reached into the 60s to lower 70s, so it was an uncomfortable day for any outdoor tasks. Southeasterly winds will keep the heat around through Friday as a cold front approaches.

Showers and storms west…

Showers and t-storms will occasionally fire across the Plains into Minnesota, but the storms will mostly stay west of us until Friday night. The first line will fire in Northwestern Minnesota and move toward the region early tomorrow, but the line will fall apart as it slides into SE’rn Minnesota. After early clouds, Friday will feature lots of sunshine and highs in the 80s.

Cold front Friday night…

A pattern-changing cold front will generate a line of strong t-storms that will slip through our area Friday evening into the overnight. Those storms have a slight potential to produce some hail and gusty winds, so we will closely monitor the set up tomorrow.

Northwest winds bring in a dry weekend…

The cold front will drag cooler air in from Canada for the weekend and next week. Highs will drop back into the 70s to lower 80s, and the humidity level will become more comfortable for an early taste of fall weather.

Pollen season continues…

Pollen and mold counts will be moderate to high over the coming days. The ragweed pollen should remain high for the next 4 weeks or so..

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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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