Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Upper Mississippi River Valley
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
403 AM CST Wed Dec 7 2016

Low pressure north of Lake Superior continued to spread brisk
winds and colder air across the Upper Midwest during the late
evening and overnight hours. Clouds and flurries continued over
the northeast half of the region while skies were clear to partly
cloudy over southwest parts of the region. Early morning
temperatures were mostly in the teens and lower 20s, with most
wind chills ranging from 5 below to 10 above.

Brisk winds are going to continue across the region today, along
with mostly cloudy to cloudy skies. Scattered flurries and snow
showers will persist across much of the central and north parts
of the region as well. Temperatures are going to be below normal
today, with highs mostly in the mid teens to mid 20s.

Mostly cloudy to cloudy skies and brisk winds are going to
continue across the Upper Midwest tonight. Chances of light snow
will spread across the north half of the region, with some light
snow likely in far northern Wisconsin. Lows tonight will mainly be
in the mid teens to lower 20s, with the the wind chills remaining
in the 5 below to 10 above range.

Thursday is going to be another mostly cloudy to cloudy day, with
some brisk winds, below normal temperatures and light snow or flurry
chances.

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