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
412 PM CST Sat Jan 20 2018

Another partly to mostly cloudy, but mild day was seen across the
region on Saturday. Afternoon temperatures were generally in the
mid 30s to mid 40s, though a few spots in northeast Iowa and far
southwest Wisconsin reached the lower 50s.

Clouds will remain in place tonight, with some fog developing
throughout the area. Low temperatures will be in the mid to upper
20s. In addition, there could be some freezing drizzle south of
Interstate 90 on Sunday morning, but temperatures will rise above
freezing by the afternoon.

Attention then turns to a strong winter storm system that will
impact the area late Sunday through Monday. The heaviest snow will
fall from south-central Minnesota into northern Wisconsin, where
accumulations of greater than 6 inches are possible. Farther south
and east, a wintry mix is expected, with some light ice
accumulations possible. Finally, in eastern Iowa and southern
Wisconsin, mainly rain is expected. There still remains
uncertainty with this system and even a slight shift could lead to
drastic changes in snow totals for some. Keep up to date on the
latest forecast.

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Aegerter



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