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
1008 AM CST Sat Jan 20 2018

Skies were partly to mostly cloudy across the region this morning.
Patchy fog had developed earlier this morning, but much of it has
dissipated. Low temperatures last night ranged from the upper teens
to upper 20s.

Today will be another mild day, with highs in the upper 30s and
lower 40s. Skies will become overcast tonight, with areas of fog
possible. Lows tonight will mainly be in the mid to upper 20s. There
could be some freezing drizzle mainly south of Interstate 90 Sunday
morning, but temperatures should warm above freezing by Sunday
afternoon.

A strong winter storm system will impact the region late Sunday
through Monday. The heaviest snow is forecast to fall from south
central Minnesota into west central and northern Wisconsin.
Accumulations greater than 6 inches will be possible in these areas.
Farther south and east, a wintry mix of precipitation is expected to
produce lower snow totals and light ice accumulations. Much of
southern Wisconsin, eastern Iowa, and northern Illinois may see
mostly rain from this system through Monday afternoon. Precipitation
will change over to all snow before ending late Monday night. Be
sure to keep up to date on the latest forecast details, especially
for Sunday night and Monday.

$$

Hollan



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