Beneficial rainfall, but...
A cold front is generating a few t-storms across parts of the Coulee Region, but they are decreasing in coverage and and intensity. They did produce 1" to 3" rainfall and some minor flooding possibly occurred in La Crosse and Monroe Counties.
More t-storms will return.
The frontal system will become stationary across Wisconsin to continue storm chances. Daylight hours on Friday are trending drier. but the front will focus on areas south of I-90 for a few isolated thunderstorms in the late afternoon and evening. Temperature trends continue the heat and humidity with highs near normal.
Recurring chance of showers and t-storms
Showers are becoming more likely Saturday morning as the low pressure makes an exit. Temperatures will be cooler in the 70s due to the wetter start to the day.
Sunday into Tuesday will be a repeat forecast. The days will include sunshine as temperatures trend closer to average. But available moisture and daytime heating could bring afternoon and evening thunderstorms.
Grass pollen season is winding down, but mold counts will run a bit high. Weed pollen season is next on the list.
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Have a safe night!
-Stormtracker 19 Chief Meteorologist Dan Breeden