Looks like we’ll be getting some showers today. If you’re planning on going out on the river make sure to come prepared for rainy weather! If you are unsure about weather conditions, you can email or text us and we can work on a reschedule for your trip.
Here is an in depth look at the weather for today from the area forecast discussion:
More scattered showers and a few thunderstorms will be possible this afternoon through tonight. There will be decent upper level support with a weak shortwave swinging through the Great Lakes region. The associated surface low and cold front will be moving from the Dakotas early this morning and into Wisconsin by tonight. So there will be no shortage of lift today, but the instability for thunderstorms will be lacking. Forecast soundings today have very low CAPE around 500 J/kg or less and a very long and skinny profile. Low and mid level lapse rates are also relatively low with values close to moist adiabatic. Given this, expecting slightly more widespread rain in comparison to yesterday, but a much lower chances for thunderstorms to develop. Precipitation chance will start to diminish behind the cold front tonight as drier air begins to move in. Drier conditions are expected Sunday.