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      Much needed rain is falling...

      Today's Forecast

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      • 77°
      • 71°

      Farmers would call this a million dollar rainfall. A storm system moving across southern Iowa is producing a nice drenching rainfall, but without the threat of large hail and damaging winds. All in all this is a win-win situation.

      The rain will continue this evening, becoming more scattered and then ending across the area by late evening and after midnight. Cooler than normal temperatures have resulted from the clouds and rain, mostly in the 70s.

      Temperatures aren't expected to recover much on Tuesday with highs again in the 70s. Skies are expected to clear late in the day and through the overnight with lows dropping into the lower to middle 50s. High pressure will bring sunshine and highs in the upper 70s on Wednesday and Thursday.

      Enjoy your evening and stay dry. -Stormtracker 19 Chief Meteorologist Dan Breeden

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      7-Day Forecast: La Crosse

      Monday
      Monday's Forecast Image
      • 77°
      • 71°

      Showers/T-Storms, Periods of Moderate Rain

      Tuesday
      Tuesday's Forecast Image
      • 73°
      • 62°

      Mostly Cloudy

      Wednesday
      Wednesday's Forecast Image
      • 77°
      • 55°

      Sunny

      Thursday
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      • 80°
      • 56°

      Sunny

      Friday
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      • 72°
      • 63°

      Mostly Cloudy, Breezy, Scattered Showers/T-Storms Likely

      Saturday
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      • 87°
      • 64°

      Mostly Sunny

      Sunday
      Sunday's Forecast Image
      • 89°
      • 69°

      Partly Cloudy, Slight Chance Showers/T-Storms

      Currently in La Crosse as of

      • 69°(Feels like 69°)
      • Broken Clouds
      • Wind: NNE @ 9 mph
      • Barometer: 29.89 in.
      • Sunrise: 06:15:06 am
      • Sunset: 08:00:50 pm
      • Humidity: 70
      • Visibility: 10 mi.
      • UV Index: 0

      Currently in Winona as of

      • 70°(Feels like 70°)
      • Broken Clouds
      • Wind: NNW @ 6 mph
      • Barometer: 29.93 in.
      • Sunrise: 06:16:23 am
      • Sunset: 08:03:11 pm
      • Humidity: 78
      • Visibility: 10 mi.
      • UV Index: 0

      Currently in Decorah as of

      • 68°(Feels like 68°)
      • Overcast
      • Wind: N @ 9 mph, gusting to 17 mph
      • Barometer: 29.89 in.
      • Sunrise: 06:18:11 am
      • Sunset: 08:02:07 pm
      • Humidity: 94
      • Visibility: 7 mi.
      • UV Index: 0

      Currently in Black River Falls as of

      • 63°(Feels like 63°)
      • Overcast
      • Wind: E @ 8 mph
      • Barometer: 29.93 in.
      • Sunrise: 06:12:43 am
      • Sunset: 08:00:13 pm
      • Humidity: 90
      • Visibility: 10 mi.
      • UV Index: 0

      Currently in Prairie Du Chien as of

      • 69°(Feels like 69°)
      • Overcast
      • Wind: NNE @ 8 mph
      • Barometer: 29.86 in.
      • Sunrise: 06:16:03 am
      • Sunset: 07:59:01 pm
      • Humidity: 80
      • Visibility: 10 mi.
      • UV Index: 0

      Currently in Tomah as of

      • 63°(Feels like 63°)
      • Overcast
      • Wind: E @ 8 mph
      • Barometer: 29.93 in.
      • Sunrise: 06:11:52 am
      • Sunset: 07:58:20 pm
      • Humidity: 90
      • Visibility: 10 mi.
      • UV Index: 0

      Currently in Rochester as of

      • 65°(Feels like 65°)
      • Overcast
      • Wind: NNE @ 10 mph
      • Barometer: 29.96 in.
      • Sunrise: 06:20:02 am
      • Sunset: 08:06:10 pm
      • Humidity: 90
      • Visibility: 10 mi.
      • UV Index: 0

      Currently in Whitehall as of

      • 70°(Feels like 70°)
      • Broken Clouds
      • Wind: NNW @ 6 mph
      • Barometer: 29.93 in.
      • Sunrise: 06:14:24 am
      • Sunset: 08:02:15 pm
      • Humidity: 78
      • Visibility: 10 mi.
      • UV Index: 0
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