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
325 PM CST Mon Jan 9 2017

At mid afternoon, a band of light to moderate snow was moving east
across western Wisconsin. Temperatures were mostly in the low and
mid 20s, though teens across northern Wisconsin.

Low pressure will track into Minnesota and Iowa by Tuesday morning
and then into Wisconsin by Tuesday evening. This track will bring
more snow into the area later tonight, and then transition to a
wintry mix across northern Iowa, southern Wisconsin, and southeast
Minnesota late. The wintry mix then spreads into central and west
central Wisconsin during the morning. The precipitation across
northern Wisconsin should stay all snow, where 3 to 5 inches of snow
is expected.

Looking at the temperatures, expect temperatures to remain steady or
rise tonight. Highs on the Tuesday will be mostly in the 30s, with
even some readings around 40 across southwest Wisconsin.

In the longer term, temperatures will start to fall on Wednesday
with the highs by Thursday in the single digits to around 20
degrees.
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TMS



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