time violent threat today
A line of thunderstorms passed through the area of the Coulee mid-day, mainly producing heavy rains and gusty winds. It is expected that a second round of storms moves in the Coulee Region this afternoon into the evening. The main area of concern for severe weather will be mainly south of the I-90 corridor, which lies at increased risk of severe weather. The areas along the I-90 corridor are slightly weathered. Areas north of I-90 are marginal risk.
The threats include damaging winds, large hail, heavy rain and isolated tornadoes. Strong additional rainfall could cause localized flooding in flood prone areas that have received rainfall in the first series of storms.
A scattered fog will form early Thursday. Once the fog cleared, the clear sky will allow temperatures to warm up to the 80s in the afternoon. One might also consider the return of the smoke from forest fires in the west.
A high pressure system will calm conditions during the extended period. A clear sky and warm temperatures in the 80s will be the case as we approach the weekend. We could consider highs in the 90s at the beginning of the next week.
Grasses accounts and weeds will be low tomorrow and Friday. The number of mold will be high tomorrow and Friday.
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Have a nice day!
-Stormtracker 19 Meteorologist Miller Hyatt