Tornadoes, floods, were used to that. But I can’t say I remember a time having to deal with a tropical depression rolling through our part of the country!
Here’s what the Joliet Weather Center has to say:
Tuesday will feature a high temperature in the upper 80’s, under mostly cloudy skies. Very windy and humid conditions are expected, as remnants of tropical storm Cristobal begin to push through our area. Showers and thunderstorms will be likely after noon. Some storms may be strong/ severe. On Wednesday, we will have a high temperature in the low to mid 70’s. Windy conditions will continue. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible.
Another look from the National Weather Service
Latest @NHC_Atlantic forecast has it tracking further west across Wisconsin than any other post-tropical system on record since mid-1800s! Our main local concern at this point is the possibility of heavy rain – stay tuned! 🌧☔️ (2/2) pic.twitter.com/kCxer1Q4fi
— NWS La Crosse (@NWSLaCrosse) June 7, 2020