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What we track: Rain and some thunderstorms return Friday and Saturday, though we still expect plenty of dry spells







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Next 24 hours: Cloud cover will increase tonight, with a few showers possible toward sunrise west of Eau Claire and west of the Mississippi River. Temperatures will drop into the mid-50s to around 60 degrees. Some rain or thunderstorms is expected Tomorrow, though most of the day will be dry with overcast skies as the weak front struggles to shift eastward into Wisconsin. Rain and storm chances increase or cover Friday night as a weak system finally pushes through the area. At the same time, another system rises north into south-central Wisconsin, spreading showers or light rain into southwestern Wisconsin. Overall, rain amounts will be highest along the Winona to Eau Claire line (possibly up to 1 inch). Areas south of La Crosse may see only 0.10 to 0.25 inches of rain.




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I look forward: Most Subordinate The rain will end by Saturday morning, and skies will become partly sunny to sunny in the afternoon. Another frontal system brings more rain and thunderstorm chances Sunday afternoon into Monday, followed by a third system late Tuesday into Wednesday. These systems appear stronger, so rainfall chances and amounts are higher, although it is too early to determine what serious threat these systems pose. Dry conditions return at the end of the work week and continue into the following weekend. High temperatures will remain close to seasonal levels until Saturday. The 80s (above average) will likely return by Sunday into Wednesday before the 70s return on Thursday and continue into the following weekend.




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Drought update: Due to a wet May (and April), the entire region is drought-free, with only a few areas abnormally dry (due to long-term water shortages).




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