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Record heat has occurred again.

New Record Warm Low Temp xo
New Record Warm Low Temperature for La Crosse
Record High
Record High - missed 100° by one degree!
Record Temperature La Crosse xo (1)
Record Temperature Watch for La Crosse
Highs Thursday xo (4)
Highs Thursday were in the record-setting 90s.
Past 7 days xo (23)
Past 7 days
Tomorrow Forecast
Tomorrow's Forecast
Muggy Meter - 5 Day
Muggy Meter - 5 Day Outlook
Hi-Lo Chart - Next 7 Days xo (43)
Hi-Lo Chart - Next 7 Days
Almanac and Forecast Graph xo (3)
Almanac and Forecast Graph for La Crosse.
Allergy Forecast
Allergy Forecast

More record heat…

Our streak of 90° has stretched to 8 days and counting. We will see yet another day with highs in the 90s on Friday. Today, we saw plenty of sunshine with a few pop-up clouds, and the afternoon high of 98° has broken the record of 96° set in 2017. We started the day with a record-tying 74° set back into 2000.

Overnight storms pop up...

Isolated overnight t-storms popped up along an outflow boundary from a batch of storms to the east. The storms are drifting south and should come to an end a few hours after midnight. Briefly heavy rain and lightning are the biggest threats.

Friday storms possible...

A cool front will make its way into the area late Friday, and it represents the best chance of getting more showers and t-storms. The weather setup is not the best, but cross your fingers as drought conditions continue to develop. Right now it looks like scattered showers and t-storms with possible briefly heavy rainfall in a few areas.

Humidity eases this weekend…

The late Friday cold front will scour out some of the moisture over the Upper Midwest, so more comfortable air will move in on west to northwesterly winds. Highs will roll back into the 80s, though lower 90s are possible again for Sunday and Monday.

Pollen Forecast…

Grass pollen season will likely continue through the rest of June, and mold counts will run a bit high, too. Tree pollen season is pretty much over.

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Have a great night!

-Stormtracker 19 Chief Meteorologist Dan Breeden

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Dan Breeden

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

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