WXOW Weather Authority emails

Sign up here to receive daily weather forecasts and/or severe weather emails from the Storm Tracker 19 weather team. The severe weather email you receive will contain the alert headlines (i.e. Tornado Watch for La Crosse County, WI. in effect from May 19 at 7:12 PM CDT until May 19 at 9:00 PM CDT). Below the headline is a link that says, "Click here for more information". Clicking that link will direct the user to the web page where you will find more specific information.

Severe Weather Alert emails are issued by county. Even though a user signs up to receive alerts for a specific city, the user will receive an email for any alert issued for the county that contains the user's city. The service is limited to one location per email address.

Severe weather alert emails are triggered for the following alert types:

  • Flash Flood Warning
  • Tornado Warning
  • Tornado Watch
  • Severe Thunderstorm Warning
  • Blizzard Warning
  • Winter Storm Warning
  • Hurricane Warning
  • Hurricane Watch
  • Inland Hurricane Warning
  • Inland Hurricane Watch
  • Tropical Storm Warning
  • Tropical Storm Watch
  • Inland Tropical Storm Warning
  • Inland Tropical Storm Watch
  • Tsunami Warning
  • Dust Storm Warning

WXOW Weather Authority

La Crosse
68°
Winona
63°
Decorah
Whitehall
54°
Prairie Du Chien
64°
Tomah
Rochester
67°
Thunderstorms return tomorrow…

Thunderstorms return tomorrow…

High pressure meant a pleasant summer Wednesday in the area.

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