Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for Upper Mississippi River Valley
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
412 AM CDT Sun Mar 18 2018

Dry high pressure brought clear skies and light winds to the
central and east parts of the Upper Midwest during the late
evening and overnight hours. Cloudy skies lingered over the west
half of Minnesota and western Iowa. Early morning temperatures
ranged from some teens across parts of the northland into central
Wisconsin, to the mid 30s across southwest Minnesota and western

The high is going to remain in control over the east half of the
region today, with another day of mostly sunny skies and light
winds. The clouds in the west will slowly spread east across
Minnesota and Iowa, and into northwest Wisconsin by later in the
day. Look for highs to range from the 40s over most of Minnesota
and western Iowa, to the lower and mid 50s across the southeast
side of the region.

The high will weaken tonight as low pressure moves into the
central plains. A chance of rain showers will spread into
southwest Iowa, with the rest of the region remaining dry. Under
partly cloudy to cloudy skies, lows tonight are going to range
from some teens across the northland, to the mid 30s across
southwest Iowa.

Monday is looking to be partly cloudy to cloudy across the region,
with highs ranging from the 30s across the northland to the lower
50s in southern Iowa.

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