Temperatures will be a little cooler today, but it’s more of what we would expect this time of year. Highs reach the lower to middle 60s. A mostly sunny sky is expected this afternoon.
It will be breezy at times with a north wind 10-20 mph.
Wednesday will feature plenty of sunshine with a south wind 5-15 mph. That south wind will help boost temperatures to the upper 60s and lower 70s. Overall, it will be a pleasant day.
A weak cold front tracks into the state Thursday, bringing a slight chance of isolated showers. We will be battling some dry air, so widespread rain is not likely.
We are tracking a better chance for rain and a few thunderstorms as a storm system tracks through Saturday. It’s going to bring a stiff east wind and that may keep our temperatures a little cooler than currently forecast. Stay with KWWL for updates.
We continue to monitor ongoing flooding along the Mississippi River. The river will be on the rise through next week, due to heavy rain and recent snow melt in Minnesota and Wisconsin. CLICK HERE for the latest river levels and forecasts.