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
1038 AM CST Sun Feb 19 2017

Skies were once again mostly clear across the region this morning.
Areas of dense fog that had developed overnight dissipated around
sunrise. Low temperatures varied greatly based on elevation. Higher
terrain saw lows hold mainly in the 30s, while river valleys and
other low lying areas tended to see overnight temperatures cool into
the 20s.

Another warm and sunny day is on tap for the region. Look for near
record high temperatures ranging from the lower 50s across northern
Wisconsin to the mid 60s from north central into eastern Iowa. Cloud
cover will begin to increase tonight, which will keep low
temperatures in the mid 30s in central Wisconsin to near 50 across
south central Minnesota and central Iowa.

Rain showers, along with a few isolated thunderstorms will move
across the region on Monday. However, high temperatures will
continue to reach the 50 to 65 degree range through Wednesday. Later
this week, there will be a potential for a winter storm to impact
the region.

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Hollan


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