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Weather Summary for Upper Mississippi River Valley
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
1040 AM CST Sat Feb 25 2017
During the overnight, the storm system that brought the snow moved
east bringing an end to the snow while also allowing for clearing
skies eastward into Wisconsin. The overnight lows ranged from the
single digits to around 20 degrees.
Expect sunshine across the region this afternoon and a slowly
decreasing wind as it turns from the northwest to the west.
Temperatures this afternoon will top out in the 20s. Clouds then
return tonight which will hold the temperature fall to the upper
teens to mid 20s. A little light snow or flurries may be seen north
For Sunday, clouds then decrease over all but northern Wisconsin by
the afternoon. The afternoon highs will be a little warmer, with
highs mainly in the 30s, though some 40 degree readings are possible
into southern Wisconsin.
In the longer term, a mix of precipitation types return to the region
Monday night into Tuesday.
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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
305 AM CST SAT FEB 25 2017
Clouds exited most of the state after midnight. A brisk northwest
wind remained in the wake of yesterdays snow storm. Early morning
temperatures ranged from the single digits north to the teens in the
Clouds will gradually fill in from the west during the day. This is
in advance of another weak weather system which will spread into
central Minnesota tonight. Along with the clouds...a little light
snow is expected to accompany the feature across the central and
north tonight into Sunday morning. Highs today will be on the cool
side with highs in the lower 20s northwest to mid 30s south. Lows
tonight in the single digits north...to the lower 20s south.
The weather pattern will remain unsettled the coming week...with the
next best shot of precipitation coming Monday night and Tuesday as
another low pressure system travels close to the state.