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
820 PM CST Tue Dec 12 2017

Temperatures were only able to climb into the teens to mid 20s today.
No snow was seen during the daytime hours across the area, though
light snow and flurries were noted across northwest Wisconsin into
northeast Minnesota.

Another weather system will drop into the region out of the
northwest bringing another round of light snow and freezing drizzle
late tonight into Wednesday. The heaviest band of snow will fall
from northern into east central Wisconsin. Snowfall amounts then
taper off to a half inch or less along and west of the Mississippi
river. The threat of precipitation will be east of the region by
Wednesday evening with dry, but cloudy conditions on tap for
Thursday.

Looking at the temperatures, expect lows tonight to range mostly in
the mid teens to mid 20s, though single digits across northern
Wisconsin. High temperatures on Wednesday are going to range in the
teens to lower 20s across northern Wisconsin, with mid 20s to mid
30s the rest of the area. The highs on Thursday then slip back into
the 20s across the region.

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TMS



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