Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Upper Mississippi River Valley
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
421 AM CDT Mon Mar 20 2017

Partly to mostly cloudy skies were the rule across the Upper
Midwest during the late evening and overnight hours. Scattered
shower and thunderstorms spread across northern Illinois,
otherwise the overnight has been dry across the region. Early
morning temperatures were on the mild side, ranging from some mid
20s in northeast Wisconsin to the lower 50s across southern Iowa.

A weak cold front is going to push southeast of the region this
morning, with high pressure starting to build in from central
Canada. A small chance of showers will spread across northern
Wisconsin this afternoon. Skies are expected to range from mostly
sunny in the north to partly sunny across the south. This first
day of spring will be another mild March day, with highs ranging
from some 40s across the northland to the mid 60s across southern
Iowa.

The high will continue to build in tonight, with a cooler and
drier airmass settling into the region. Some clouds are going to
linger over the south parts of the region, with a chance of mainly
light rain spreading into central and western Iowa. Mostly clear
skies are expected across the north. Look for lows to range from
some teens across the northland to the upper 30s in southern Iowa.

Cooler air and the high pressure will continue to build in on
Tuesday, with highs across much of the region in the upper 30s and
40s.

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