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Weather Summary for Upper Mississippi River Valley
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
1026 AM CST Mon Feb 12 2018

Arctic high pressure remained over the Upper Midwest this morning.
Skies were sunny to partly cloudy, with mainly high clouds over
the region. Mid morning temperatures remained on the cold side,
ranging from some teens below zero across northern Minnesota to
the teens above zero near lake Michigan and southeast Iowa.

The center of the high is going to drift southeast into Wisconsin
by late today, with skies to remain partly to mostly sunny. Highs
this afternoon are expected to range from around zero across
northwest Minnesota, to the lower 20s in southeast Iowa and
northeast Illinois.

The high will move rather quickly east tonight, allowing more
clouds to spread over the region. Along with the clouds, a small
chance of light snow is going to spread across central Minnesota
into northwest Wisconsin by later tonight. Look for lows to range
from around 10 below near Lake Superior, to around 10 above across
southwest Iowa.

A warmer day is on tap for Tuesday, with most highs across the
region expected to be in the mid 20s to lower 30s.

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