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Weather Summary for Upper Mississippi River Valley
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
835 PM CST Mon Feb 19 2018

Light freezing rain continued in parts of northeast Iowa,
southeast Minnesota, and into north-central Wisconsin through
Monday afternoon. Some sleet and snow also mixed in. Roads
remained slick, especially untreated rural roads and side streets,
with accidents being reported. Farther south, rain fell, but
temperatures remained above freezing.

Off and on freezing drizzle continued during the evening hours,
with slick roads persisting. Freezing temperatures will continue
to move south through the night, so additional roads will become
slick. Another round of freezing rain will then move in
overnight, impacting most areas other than far southern Wisconsin.
Up to a quarter inch of icing is possible with this round.

Precipitation will move off to the east by Tuesday evening. Quieter
weather is expected Tuesday night into Thursday before a chance of
snow approaches the area late Thursday. Wednesday will be cooler,
with highs in the upper teens to upper 20s, but a gradual warming
trend is expected heading into the weekend.

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Aegerter/Hollan



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