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Weather Summary for Upper Mississippi River Valley
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
216 AM CST Thu Jan 12 2017

Another area of light snow was moving through Iowa, and southern
Wisconsin this morning, with a narrow band of 1 to 3 inches
possible. Elsewhere skies were partly to mostly cloudy overnight.

Temperatures were coldest over northern Minnesota, where skies had
cleared, allowing readings to drop to as cold as 20 below zero. But
most areas were in the single digits above zero, to the teens.

As the snow exits the area today, expect more and more peaks of
sunshine as high pressure begins to build in. This will make for a
cold night, with lows early Friday morning expected to be from 20
below zero to 5 above around the immediate area.

Outside of a brief threat for some light snow later on Friday,
attention turns to early next week when a storm system could bring a
variety of winter precipitation to the region.


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Shea



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