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Storms move through La Crosse area; heat is next

Heavy rain roared through the region early today, raising concerns about flooding.

A flash-flood watch remained in effect early today. There were no immediate reports of problems.

Authorities warned of potential flooding of low-lying areas and a rapid rise on area creeks, with rock and mudslides possible. Forecasters say storm could return again later today.

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Once the storms move through, the heat will move in.

Temperatures today and Friday could reach near 100 with a heat index up to 110, creating dangerous conditions.

Weekend highs are expected to return to the 80s.

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GrandpaS

Flood after flood, more and more hot temperatures, record droughts in other places, record numbers of tornados and hurricanes........... anybody see a trend here? Just to clarify, I'm talking to climate change deniers here, folks, from our not-too-bright president on down. How much visible, measurable evidence will it take to make them accept reality?

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