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
423 AM CDT Sun Mar 19 2017

Cooler and drier high pressure drifted across the Upper Midwest
during the late evening and overnight hours. Skies were generally
partly cloudy and with the light winds, early morning temperatures
were mostly in the upper teens and 20s across the eastern two-
third of the region, to the mid 30s in western Minnesota and
western Iowa.

Clouds will slowly increase across the region today as southerly
flow on the back side of the high returns. A small chance of rain
shower is going to spread across the central and eastern parts of
the region by late in the afternoon. The southerly winds will
bring above normal temperatures, with highs today ranging from
some 40s in eastern wisconsin and northern Minnesota, to the lower
and mid 60s across southwest Iowa.

A weak front moving across the region will continue the small
chances of showers into the evening, mainly over the southeast
half of the region. A thunderstorm or two is even possible in
parts of eastern Iowa and far southern Wisconsin. Lows tonight are
going to range from some 20s across the northland, to the mid 40s
across southern Iowa.

A dry, warm and partly to mostly sunny day is expected on Monday,
with highs mostly in the 50s.

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