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Weather Summary for Upper Mississippi River Valley
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
341 AM CST Mon Feb 12 2018

A large area of high pressure extended from North Dakota southeast
into Illinois. The high was providing clear skies to almost the
entire Upper Midwest. Temperatures ranged from the teens below
zero across norhtern Minnesota to the single digits above zero for
much of Wisconsin and Iowa.

The center of the high will move southeast and by late afternoon
should be over the Upper Mississippi River Valley. As the high
moves east, look for some clouds to begin spreading in from the
west leading to a partly to mostly sunny day. High temperatures
should range from the single digits above zero to the 20s.

The high will move east of Lake Michigan tonight allowing clouds
to spread over the region. Along with the clouds, there will be a
small chance of light snow across central Minnesota into northern
Wisconsin. Low temperatures are expected to range from the teens
below zero to the teens above zero.

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