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Weather Summary for Upper Mississippi River Valley
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
405 AM CDT Sat Oct 1 2016

Low pressure in the Ohio valley continued to spread clouds over
much of the Upper Midwest during the late evening and overnight
hours. Closer to the low, rain showers spread over much of
eastern Wisconsin and northern Illinois. Early morning
temperatures ranged from a few 30s in northern Minnesota, to
around 60 over the southeast half of the region.

The Ohio valley low will drift slowly north today, keeping clouds
over much of the region. Scattered showers are expected over the
southeast half of wisconsin, eastern Iowa and northern Illinois
while the rest of the region remains dry. Highs are going to range
from the low and mid 60s over the southeast half of the region, to
the upper 60s to around 70 across Minnesota and northwest

The low is going to start moving away tonight. The shower chances
will mainly be over eastern Wisconsin and northern Illinois. Skies
are going to remain mostly cloudy to cloudy. Look for lows to
range from the 40s across the northland, to mostly the lower and
mid 50s elsewhere.

Looking ahead, clouds are expected to decrease on Sunday, with
highs across the region mostly in the upper 60s to lower 70s.

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