More Significant Rains Possible Thursday into the Weekend

The severe weather that affected parts of the region Tuesday has been replaced by much cooler weather on Wednesday.However, the break from the rainy weather will be short lived, as yet another powerful storm system moves into the western U.S. This storm will again bring rain back into the Valley and Lakes region, with the threat for heavy rainfall over portions of our area. At this t ime it appears the most significant rains will be south of the I-94 / U.S. Highway 10 corridor, with lighter rains to the north. Depending on how much rain occurs, how fast it falls and how large an area it covers, some rises on area rivers may occur.

Beyond the storm system for Thursday June 10th, the overall pattern looks to remain stormy into the weekend. It is difficult to tell exactly where additional significant rains for the weekend, so those making outdoor plans should stay up-to-date on the latest forecasts.

Remember that the topsoil's in some areas remain fairly saturated, and additional heavy rain would exacerbate flood concerns. Stay tuned to the latest forecast and frequently visit our webpage for updated information.

 

 

 


 

 

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