Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Upper Mississippi River Valley
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
323 PM CDT Sat Aug 12 2017

High pressure has remained in control of the weather today,
providing mostly sunny skies, light winds, and pleasant temperatures.
Afternoon readings were mainly in the 70s, with a few locations in
the lower 80s.

High pressure will continue the dry weather across the area into
tonight, though by Sunday morning, a few showers may be seen across
Minnesota and northern Iowa. Lows tonight will once again fall into
the 40s over portions of northern and central Wisconsin, with lower
to mid 50s expected elsewhere.

For Sunday, a low pressure system will swing into the region,
bringing an increase in cloud cover along with a chance for showers
and isolated thunderstorms. Rain chances will mostly stay over
Minnesota during the day and then spread eastward into Wisconsin and
northeast Iowa Sunday night. Temperatures are expected to be a
little cooler on Sunday due to the clouds, with most of the area
topping out in the 70s.


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