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
320 PM CST Wed Feb 21 2018

A quiet, but cooler day under high pressure was seen on
Wednesday, with mostly sunny skies across the area by the mid-
afternoon. Afternoon temperatures were in the upper teens to mid
20s.

High pressure will move off to the north tonight, with clouds
spreading into the area from the south. Low temperatures will
range from the single digits in southeast Minnesota to central
Wisconsin, to the teens in northeast Iowa and far southwest
Wisconsin where clouds will be present more of the night.

Another round of wintry precipitation will then move into the area
Thursday morning. This will begin as light snow, but some freezing
rain will start to mix in from south to north Thursday afternoon
and into the evening. The precipitation should come to an end by
the late morning on Friday. Snow totals will range from a few
tenths of an inch in eastern Iowa and southern Wisconsin, to 2 to
3 inches north of Interstate 90. Ice accumulations of up to a
tenth of an inch are possible south of Interstate 90, with a glaze
to the north. This will make for some slick roads once again.

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