Rain has mostly ended, though a few showers could linger this evening. Areas in northern Wisconsin have a chance for some flurries mixing in as temperatures plummet overnight with lows in the upper 30s for us. Below is some of the higher rain totals reported to the National Weather Service
Flood Concerns: Rising Rivers
Area streams and rivers are rising. Below is the latest River Flood Warning Information
Getting Cold and Windy
A strong wind is bringing these colder temperatures, with gusts tonight over 30mph at times. Wind chills tomorrow morning will be in the lower 30s, and with continued wind and cloud cover temps won’t warm much with highs in the low 40s at best, meaning afternoon wind chills will still be stuck in the 30s. We will start to see some sunshine again, especially later in the day.
The wind does get lighter tomorrow night, and the sky starts to clear out. Without that cloud blanket, temps will fall to near freezing, bringing La Crosse’s first chance at freezing temperatures. Frost will be likely across all of the Coulee Region. A weak cold front will move through Saturday night and Sunday morning, bringing slight chances for drizzle. Temperatures look to stay chilly all next week, with another chance for rain on Tuesday.