Regional Weather Summary
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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
823 PM CDT SAT AUG 16 2014

A COLD FRONT PUSHED SOUTH THROUGH NORTHERN MINNESOTA AND WISCONSIN
SATURDAY...SPARKING WIDELY SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS
MAINLY ALONG AND NORTH OF INTERSTATE 94. HIGHS REACHED THE MIDDLE
70S TO LOWER 80S...ONCE THE MORNING FOG BURNED OFF. HUMIDITY
LEVELS WERE QUITE HIGH...AND OVERALL IT FELT LIKE A TYPICAL SUMMER
DAY.

THE COLD FRONT WILL SLOWLY PUSH THROUGH SOUTHEAST MINNESOTA AND
WESTERN WISCONSIN TONIGHT. THERE COULD BE A SHOWER OR STRAY
THUNDERSTORM...BUT FOR THE MOST PART...IT WILL BE A DRY NIGHT.
SOME FOG COULD DEVELOP LATE IN THE NIGHT...AND PLAN ON LOWS IN
THE UPPER 50S TO MIDDLE 60S.

THE FRONTAL BOUNDARY STALLS ACROSS SOUTHERN MINNESOTA AND NORTHERN
IOWA FOR SUNDAY...AND THIS SHOULD SPARK SOME SHOWERS AND STORMS
DURING THE DAY. HIGHS WILL BE IN THE MIDDLE 70S TO AROUND 80
DEGREES. IN THE LONGER TERM...RAIN CHANCES WILL INCREASE MONDAY
AFTERNOON AND THEN BECOME LIKELY BY MONDAY EVENING AND THEN TAPER
OFF WEST TO EAST ON TUESDAY.

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