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Weather Summary for Upper Mississippi River Valley
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
343 AM CDT Thu Aug 10 2017

Low pressure moved across central Minnesota during the late
evening and overnight hours. This low brought showers and
scattered thunderstorms to mainly the central and north parts of
the region, while skies were partly to mostly cloudy over the
south part of the region. Early morning temperatures around the
Upper Midwest were mostly in the upper 50s to mid 60s.

The low is going to move across northern Wisconsin today. Shower
and thunderstorm chances, along with mostly cloudy to cloudy
skies, will continue over mainly the northern and eastern parts of
the region. The southwest side of the region is going to see a
partly to mostly sunny day. Look for highs to range from some 60s
across the northland to the mid 80s across southern Iowa.

The low will continue to move east tonight. shower and
thunderstorm chances persist over the east side of the region
during the evening, then end and exit overnight. Some clouds are
going to linger over mainly Wisconsin tonight, with clear to
partly cloudy skies expected elsewhere. Lows tonight are going to
range from around 50 in northern Minnesota to the lower 60s across
southern Iowa.

Looking ahead, a partly to mostly sunny day with highs mainly in
the 70s is expected on Friday.

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