Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Upper Mississippi River Valley
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
322 PM CDT Wed Jul 19 2017

Severe thunderstorms were moving southeastward across southern
Minnesota this afternoon. To the east of the storms, temperatures
were mainly in the 80s under partly to mostly cloudy skies.

Thunderstorms will continue to track into the region this afternoon,
with additional storms likely later this evening and into the
overnight. The storms that move through late this afternoon into the
early evening may be severe, with damaging winds being the main
threat. The greatest risk for severe weather through mid evening is
expected to remain south of Interstate 94. Later this evening,
storms are expected to redevelop, mainly north of Interstate 90.
While these storms could also be strong to severe, the threat for
severe weather will not be as great as during the late afternoon and
early evening. The main threat from the overnight storms will be
heavy rain.

An active weather pattern will continue through Friday, with
continuing chances for showers and thunderstorms. Look for highs
mainly in the 80s and lows mainly in the 60s through the end of the
week.

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Hollan



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