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Weather Summary for Upper Mississippi River Valley
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
1017 AM CST Thu Jan 12 2017

Light snow once again moved through the area overnight, exiting
by mid-morning. Accumulations were generally below one inch. Low
temperatures ranged from near zero in central Wisconsin to the mid
teens in southwest Wisconsin.

Clouds remained over much of the area during the late morning,
but will slowly exit to the southeast by late Thursday afternoon.
Some gusty winds will also be seen during the afternoon as high
pressure builds in, but these will decrease overnight.
Temperatures Thursday night into Friday morning will be quite
cold, with lows ranging from 20 below zero to 5 above.

The colder weather will continue on Friday, as highs will be in
the single digits above zero to the mid teens. There is also a
chance for another round of light snow Friday afternoon into
Friday night. Slightly warmer temperatures in the upper teens and
20s are then expected for the weekend. Attention then shifts to a
storm system that could bring a mix of winter precipitation for
the beginning of the work week.

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Aegerter



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