Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Upper Mississippi River Valley
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
352 AM CST Thu Feb 15 2018

An area of low pressure was located over Lake Superior with a cold
front extending across northern Minnesota. Another area of low
pressure was centered over Kansas and the combination of these two
systems was bring partly to mostly cloudy skies to much of the
region. Temperatures were mainly in the 20s and 30s.

For today, the low of Lake Superior will move east into Canada
while the Kansas low tracks east into Indiana. The cold front
will rapidly advance south reaching Illinois and Missouri by late
afternoon. Some light rain will be possible across southeast
Wisconsin, Illinois into eastern Iowa while light snow could occur
once the cold front moves through. High temperatures will range
from the 20s across northern Minnesota to the 40s ahead of the
cold front.

A large area of high pressure will settle in over the Midwest
tonight behind the departing cold front. Skies will clear out as
the high builds in with temperatures dropping into a range from
the single digits below zero to the teens above zero.


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