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Stormy week ahead

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Highs Monday
Highs Monday were in the 30s.
Snowfall potential
Snowfall potential for Tuesday...
Winter weather warning and advisory XO
Winter weather advisory for Wabasha, Buffalo, Trempealeau and Jackson Counties for Tuesday pm and evening...
Futurecast Tuesday Map XO
Futurecast Tuesday Map...
7 Day Evening
7 Day Forecast for La Crosse area...

Cold start to the week…

Clouds continued in the area Monday, and dropped a few flurries and sprinkles. It’s just a precursor to a storm system that will plague Tuesday. Highs today were in the 30s, signaling a potential for mixed rain and snow tomorrow.

Precipitation timing…

Tonight will bring continued cloudiness, but we should be dry until the next system pushes in later Tuesday morning and lasting into the evening. Our temperatures will be cold enough to support rain and some snow, but accumulations along the I-90 corridor would likely be confined to the higher elevations. North of I-90 light snow could stick to some roads, so be cautious and ready for slippery conditions. Up to 4 inches could fall in Buffalo and Northern Trempealeau Counties.

Winter Weather Advisory...

A Winter Weather Advisory has been posted for Wabasha, Buffalo, Trempealeau and Jackson Counties from 1 pm Tuesday through 1 am early Wednesday morning. 2" to 3" of snow will be possible with isolated heavier amounts. Exercise caution on area roads.

Another storm for Thursday…

After a dry Wednesday, another storm will take shape and push in. It will be a powerful system and should kick off t-storms. We will be monitoring for a period of severe weather potential. Significant rain is also possible. After the system passes colder air will flow in from the north..

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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