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Severe storms possible this evening

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Severe Tstorm Watch
Severe T-storm Watch until 2 am Thursday morning
Muggy Meter - 5 Day xo (21)
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Hi-Lo Chart - Next 7 Days for the La Crosse area
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Allergy Forecast
Allergy Forecast

Incoming cold front means storms…

High heat and humidity have invaded the Coulee Region setting the stage for possible severe t-storms. The incoming storm is providing the wind shear elements we look for, especially to the northeast of the immediate La Crosse area. Highs were in the 80s to near 90 degrees with dew points in the 70s.

Severe Thunderstorm Watch until 2 AM Thursday…

A Severe T-storm Watch is in effect until 2 AM Thursday morning. Damaging straight line winds, large hail, heavy rain and possibly a tornado will occur over portions of the watch area. Stay weather aware and be ready to seek safety if warnings are issued. The highest threat area will be east of the Mississippi River, especially to the northeast of the La Crosse area.

Relief from heat and humidity coming…

In the wake of the storm system the weather pattern will bring in cooler and less humid air, and that should take us into next week.

Pollen Forecast…

The allergy forecast keeps the weed counts in the medium category for the next several days. In the meantime, the mold spore counts will continue quite high.

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 safe evening!

-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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