Hot & Humid “Hump Day”…

Dew Point Temps.

There are finally no more river flood warnings to tell you about across the Coulee Region. The last of the flood warnings along the Kickapoo expired yesterday morning, and it looks like we won’t be seeing anymore flood warnings for quite some time. The dry, warm, and now humid stretch of weather continues.

Wednesday will feature more sunshine with high pressure still in control. High pressure will continue to meander off to the east-northeast this afternoon. This means southerly winds will funnel more hot and humid air into the Coulee Region. High temperatures will top out in the 80’s with dew point temps crawling through the middle 60’s. Not only will it be warm this afternoon, it will also be humid and a little sticky. Overnight, conditions remain mild and pleasant with lows bottoming out in the 50’s and low 60’s.

Moving forward, the blocking high pressure pattern continues. Mostly sunny skies are expected to continue through the weekend and for the King Apple Parade on Sunday. However, while our weather has been quiet, the tropics have been very active. We will be tracking Hurricane Florence this morning along with your latest hot and humid Wednesday forecast. See you on Daybreak starting at 4:30 AM! Make it a great day; we’re half way there! – 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.

Alex Wasilenko

Alex Wasilenko

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Mid-week blues, as in sunny skies for Wednesday…

Mid-week blues, as in sunny skies for Wednesday…

Wednesday, high pressure regains control and brings sunshine back to the Coulee Region, though morning clouds will delay the return

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