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
310 AM CDT WED OCT 22 2014

EVEN THOUGH HIGH PRESSURE WAS DRIFTING OFF TO THE EAST OVER THE
GREAT LAKES...CLEAR SKIES PREVAILED OVERNIGHT. SOUTHERLY WINDS
ACROSS IOWA AND MINNESOTA HELD TEMPERATURES UP...MAINLY IN THE
40S...BUT LIGHTER WINDS LED TO LOWS IN THE 20S IN FAVORED COLD SPOTS
ACROSS PARTS OF CENTRAL AND WESTERN WISCONSIN.

MORE SUNSHINE IS ON TAP TODAY ALTHOUGH AN APPROACHING WEATHER SYSTEM
WILL START TO SPREAD CLOUDS INTO MINNESOTA AND IOWA HEADING INTO
TONIGHT. HIGHS WILL BE VERY SEASONAL TODAY...FROM THE MID 50S TO
THE MID 60S.

THESE APPROACHING CLOUDS WILL SPREAD RAIN INTO THE AREA LATER
TONIGHT AND THURSDAY MORNING. THE RAIN WILL MOVE FROM WEST TO EAST
AND SHOULD CLEAR MOST OF THE REGION BY LATE THURSDAY.

AFTER THAT...DRY WEATHER LOOKS TO RETURN FRIDAY AND THROUGH THE
WEEKEND WITH HIGHS IN THE 60S TO THE MID 70S.

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SHEA



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