Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Upper Mississippi River Valley
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
341 AM CST Sun Nov 27 2016

Clear or mostly clear skies prevailed over much of the Upper
Midwest during the late evening and overnight hours. This allowed
dense fog to form over much of Minnesota, northwest Wisconsin and
northern Iowa by early this morning. Visibilities were 1/2 mile
or less in much of this fog. Early morning temperatures across the
region were mostly in the mid 20s to mid 30s.

The fog will lift and burn off through the mid morning hours.
After that, clouds will be increasing from southwest to northeast
as low pressure moves into Nebraska and South Dakota. Through the
afternoon, showers and isolated thunderstorms will spread across
much of Iowa and southern Minnesota, reaching into southwest
Wisconsin late in the day. It will be another mild day, with highs
ranging from the mid and upper 30s across the northland to the mid
50s across southern Iowa.

Showers and isolated thunderstorms will spread across the entire
Upper Midwest tonight. Most locations can expected 1/3 to 3/4 of
an inch of rain. It will be a breezy to windy and mild night as
well. Lows are going to range from the 30s across the northland to
the mid 40s across southern Iowa.

Monday will be a mild and breezy day with scattered showers and
isolated thunderstorms across much of the region.

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