Flood Potential Outlook
Issued by NWS La Crosse, WI

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HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
442 AM CDT MON SEP 8 2014

...HEAVY RAINFALL EXPECTED TUESDAY NIGHT INTO WEDNESDAY MORNING...

WIDESPREAD SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL DEVELOP ACROSS THE
REGION LATE TUESDAY AFTERNOON AND LAST THROUGH WEDNESDAY MORNING.
A TROPICAL-LIKE ENVIRONMENT WILL DEVELOP WHICH WILL CAUSE ANY
THUNDERSTORMS TO BECOME HEAVY RAINFALL PRODUCERS. WIDESPREAD TOTAL
RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF 1 TO 3 INCHES ARE FORECAST WITH SOME LOCALLY
HIGHER AMOUNTS POSSIBLE. THESE RAINS WOULD CAUSE RISES ON RIVERS
AND STREAMS AROUND AREA...WITH SOME FLOODING NOT OUT OF THE
QUESTION. TORRENTIAL DOWNPOURS IN CITIES OR URBAN AREAS COULD
CAUSE STREET FLOODING.

THERE STILL IS SOME UNCERTAINTY WITH THIS SYSTEM AS IT REMAINS
POSSIBLE THAT THE HEAVIEST RAINFALL WILL STAY TO THE SOUTH OF THE
AREA. TRENDS WILL BE MONITORED LEADING UP TO THIS SYSTEM FOR A
POSSIBLE FLASH FLOOD WATCH SHOULD CONFIDENCE GROW FOR THE
POTENTIAL OF FLASH FLOODING.

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HALBACH/RRS



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