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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
300 AM CDT THU APR 10 2014

A COLD FRONT WAS SWEEPING WEST TO EAST ACROSS THE REGION EARLY THIS
MORNING. ALONG WITH A BAND OF CLOUDS...SHOWERS WERE SCATTERED ALONG
AND BEHIND IT...MOSTLY ACROSS NORTHERN PORTIONS OF THE REGION. WHERE
THE RAIN WAS FALLING...AMOUNTS WERE MINIMAL. LOW TEMPERATURES SO FAR
THIS MORNING RANGED FROM THE UPPER 30S OVER NORTHERN MINNESOTA TO
NEAR 50 OVER EASTERN IOWA.

THE CLOUDS AND SCATTERED SHOWERS WILL SLIDE QUICKLY EAST THIS
MORNING...LEAVING MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES FOR THE BETTER PART OF THE DAY.
IT WILL STAY BREEZY. CONDITIONS WILL REMAIN PRIME FOR WILDFIRES TO
QUICKLY SPREAD...SO AVOID OUTDOOR BURNING TODAY. TEMPERATURES WILL BE
A BIT COOLER THAN YESTERDAY...BUT STILL ABOVE THE SEASONABLE
NORMALS. HIGHS WILL RANGE FROM NEAR 50 OVER NORTHERN WISCONSIN...TO
THE LOWER 60S OVER EASTERN IOWA. LOWS TONIGHT WILL RANGE FROM THE
MID 20S OVER NORTHERN MINNESOTA...TO THE MID 30S OVER EASTERN IOWA.

LOOKING AHEAD...SATURDAY WILL BE A WET ONE FOR MOST LOCATIONS AS A
STORM SYSTEM MOVES IN FROM THE PLAINS. THE SOUTHERN HALF OF THE
REGION WILL LIKELY HAVE TO CONTEND WITH MORE RAIN ON SUNDAY. SUNDAY
WILL ALSO SEE A BIG DROP IN TEMPERATURES...LEADING INTO A PERIOD OF
BELOW NORMAL CONDITIONS FOR NEXT WEEK.

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RIECK



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