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Stormy Saturday…
Strong storms developed and moved into the Coulee region Saturday afternoon and evening.  These storms produced up to ping pong ball sized hail and heavy rain out to the West.  The slow movement of the system allowed for the heavy rain to create some flash flooding.  This was the main concern overnight.

Radar Estimated Rainfall Totals

Father’s Day…
Light lingering showers stuck around for your Sunday morning. The afternoon is looking to dry up nicely though. If you have any outdoor plans, you should be in the clear!  Temperatures will be much cooler than average with afternoon highs right around 70 degrees.

Father’s Day Showers

Quiet Early…
We should see some sunshine to begin the week as high pressure builds in! Monday is shaping up to be a nice day with afternoon temperatures rebounding to the upper 70s. This will be our driest day of the week, precipitation chances return quickly.

Sunny Start to Week

Messy Midweek…
Tuesday night through Friday we have multiple chances for showers and thunderstorms.  We are not worried about it being a washout however.  Expect very scattered activity up until the weekend.

7 Day Forecast

Have a great rest of your weekend!

-Stormtracker 19 Meteorologist Warren Sears

 

Warren Sears

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