Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Upper Mississippi River Valley
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
444 AM CST Sat Nov 26 2016

Clouds cleared over much of the central and southwest parts of the
region during the late evening and overnight hours, while the low
clouds remained over much of northeast Minnesota to northeast
Illinois. Some fog had developed, mainly over central into
northeast Minnesota. Early morning temperatures across the Upper
Midwest were mostly in the mid 20s to mid 30s.

The low clouds over the northeast part of the region will continue
to decrease today. In the mean time, some middle and high clouds
are going to spread over the central and west parts of the region,
producing a partly cloudy to partly sunny day. Temperatures will
be mild for late November, with highs ranging from the 30s in the
north to lower 50s across much of Iowa.

Low pressure will move into the northern plains tonight. Light
south winds over much of region ahead of this low are going to
help keep lows on the mild side, even under clear to partly cloudy
skies. Were winds stay very light tonight, patchy fog is likely to
develop, especially over the north half of the region. Look for
lows tonight to mostly be in the mid 20s to mid 30s.

The low will move into Nebraska Sunday. Clouds are going to
increase over the region ahead of it, with rain chances spreading
across much of Minnesota and Iowa by late in the day.

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