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Weather Summary for Upper Mississippi River Valley
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
1028 AM CDT Sun Mar 11 2018

A weak area of low pressure dropping across Iowa overnight
produced some light snow across parts of Iowa and southern
Minnesota. Snow amounts ranged from a dusting to locally 2 inches
in parts of northeast Iowa and southeast Minnesota. Otherwise,
skies were generally cloudy across Minnesota and Iowa, to mostly
sunny in eastern Wisconsin. Mid morning temperatures ranged from
around 20 in northeast Wisconsin, to the mid 30s across southern

The light snow will continue to diminish to flurries and end this
afternoon. Clouds will increase in eastern Wisconsin, with skies
elsewhere remaining mostly cloudy to cloudy. Look for highs to
range from the lower 30s in western Minnesota to the lower 40s
across parts of southern Wisconsin and Iowa.

Canadian high pressure will build in tonight. Clouds will decrease
over the west and south parts of the region, with clouds remaining
over the east and northeast parts. Lows tonight are going to range
from the teens across much of Minnesota, to the upper 20s in
eastern Wisconsin and southern Iowa.

A partly sunny day is expected for Monday, with highs mainly in
the 30s.

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