Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS La Crosse, WI

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Weather Summary for Upper Mississippi River Valley
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
421 AM CST Thu Dec 8 2016

Mostly cloudy to cloudy skies and brisk winds, along with some
light snow and flurries remained over the central and northeast
parts of the region early this morning. Skies were clear or
mostly clear over the southwest end of the region. Early morning
temperatures varied from 10 to 15 above over much of Iowa and
southern Minnesota, to the lower 20s near lake Michigan and lake
Superior.

Some light snow and flurries are going to continue over the
central and northeast parts of the region today, slowly exiting to
the northeast late today and tonight. Little to no snow accumulation
is expected for most areas. Clouds will continue to prevail over
much of the Upper Midwest today and tonight. The exception will be
some clear to partly cloudy skies over the southwest half of Iowa.
Winds are going to remain brisk, and temperatures below the
normals.

Highs today are going to range from the teens over the west parts
of the region to some upper 20s near lake Michigan. Lows tonight
are expected to range from zero to 10 above across the west half
of the region to around 20 near lake Michigan.

Friday will see mostly cloudy to cloudy skies, lighter winds and
highs mostly in the mid teens to lower 20s.

A low pressure system is forecast to bring accumulating snow to
parts of the region this weekend. This will be followed by
bitterly cold Arctic air early next week.

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