Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS La Crosse, WI

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Weather Summary for Upper Mississippi River Valley
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
338 PM CDT Wed Apr 26 2017

Much of the rain that affected the region this morning moved off to
the north during the afternoon. Areas of fog and drizzle still
persisted, though. There was a large spread of temperatures this
afternoon, ranging from the mid and upper 30s over south central
Minnesota into northwest Wisconsin to the lower and mid 60s over
south central Wisconsin.

Tonight will be cloudy and cold, with areas of drizzle and fog
continuing. Additional rain showers will move into southern and
central Wisconsin later tonight. There will also be a chance for a
light wintry mix of precipitation in northwest Wisconsin. Low
temperatures will mainly be in the 30s.

Some light rain showers may linger across central Wisconsin Thursday
morning. Otherwise expect dry conditions on Thursday, with highs
only in the 40s. Chances for rain will return to southern portions
of the area Friday and Saturday. This will be followed by widespread
rain across the region late Saturday into Monday. There will be a
potential for snow to mix with the rain during the overnight and
early morning hours on Sunday and Monday, but little to no
accumulation is expected at this time.

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Hollan



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