Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Upper Mississippi River Valley
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
420 AM CST Mon Feb 20 2017

Clouds continued to increase over the region during the late
evening and overnight hours. Showers and even a few thunderstorms
moved through western into northern Minnesota. Otherwise it was a
very mild February night across the Upper Midwest, with early
morning temperatures ranging from around 30 in northeast Wisconsin
to the low and mid 50s across much of Iowa.

After a dry and mostly sunny weekend across the region, a very
warm and moist system will bring a change for today. Cloud are
going to continue thickening. A band of rain and a few
thunderstorms will spread across the western and central parts of
the region. Even under cloudy skies, it will be a another warm
day across the region, with highs ranging from around 50 in
northeast Wisconsin

The band of rain and a few thunderstorms will move across the east
half of the region this evening, then exit during the overnight
hours. Widespread rain amounts of 1/4 to 1/2 inch are expected
today through this evening, with local amounts up to an inch.
Clouds will then decrease from west to east during the late
evening and overnight hours. Lows tonight are expected to range
from around 30 in northwest Minnesota to around 50 in northeast

Looking ahead, mostly sunny skies return for Tuesday, with
temperatures remaining very warm by late February standards.

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