Hot & Humid Weekend Ahead For Festing!

Summer weather has come roaring back into the Coulee Region over the last few days, and today will be no different with hot and humid conditions expected. High pressure will remain in control, but it has pushed off to our east. There is a cold front to our west that is going to remain in place, but the clouds will filter through our skies for the afternoon. Everyone will remain dry with highs topping out in the 80’s for your TGIF forecast. Dew point temps will climb into the upper 60’s this afternoon, so it will feel quite steamy. For your Friday night under the lights, it will remain mild and muggy with temps in the 70’s. We will head for the 60’s overnight.

This weekend will feature more summer-like weather. Mostly sunny skies and hot high temps in the 80’s will greet you if you’re headed to Applefest this weekend. It may be a good idea to get those fall favorite drinks iced so you can keep cool. Saturday night, temperatures only fall back into the mid 60’s under mostly clear skies.

We do it all over again heading into the end of your weekend. Beginning at 4:30am on Daybreak, I will have your Hurricane Florence update and the rest of your Applefest weekend forecast! Make it a great Friday! – Stormtracker 19 Meteorologist Alex Wasilenko

Make sure to download the Stormtracker 19 Weather App. The weather may be quiet now, but the weather app is bustling with recreational forecasts, climate outlooks, and much more! Not to mention, you’ll have it already downloaded when the weather becomes more active.

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Alex Wasilenko

Alex Wasilenko

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