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
325 PM CST Thu Jan 12 2017

At mid afternoon, a cold front was pushing across western and
northern Minnesota dropping temperatures into single digits above
and below zero in it`s wake. Ahead this front readings were mostly
in the teens to around 20 degrees.

The cold front will quickly push across the area later today and
will be followed by arctic high pressure. This will bring
temperature`s down into the single digits above and below zero this
evening, and when combined with a northwest breeze, wind chills will
be quite bitter this evening for a time. The Friday morning low
temperatures will be mostly in the single digits below to teens
below zero, though reading`s across northern Wisconsin will drop
into the minus 20 below range.

Look for high temperatures to reach the single digits to mid teens
on Friday as clouds increase over the region. There will also be a
chance that portions of southeast Minnesota may see a dusting of
snow during the afternoon.

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TMS



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