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
353 AM CST Tue Dec 5 2017

Windy conditions were prevalent across much of the Upper Midwest
this morning from a strong area of low pressure centered over
southern Ontario. Some light snow will still falling across
portions of northeast Minnesota and northern Wisconsin from this
system as well. Temperatures this morning were much colder with
readings ranging from the teens to the 30s.

Even though the area of low pressure will move well north of the
area today, look for light snow to remain a possibility across
northeast Minnesota and northern Wisconsin. It will remain windy
as well with wind advisories in effect for portions of Iowa,
Wisconsin and Illinois. Temperatures will be stuck in the 20s and
30s for much of the region.

The winds will diminish some tonight, but it will still be brisk
for much of the region. With partly to mostly cloudy skies, some
light snow or flurries will still be possible across the northern
sections of Minnesota and Wisconsin. Low temperatures should range
from the single digits above zero to the 20s.

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