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Good morning everyone. Today is much colder but at least the sun will be out. Watch for a little light snow Saturday with any accumulation 1" or less. A bigger system is expected on Monday, which will have the potential to produce a messy mix of snow and freezing rain. Based on current forecasts, icing of up to 2/10 of an inch is possible but this could change based on changes to the storm track. Stay with us for updated forecasts through the weekend.

Winneshiek County Emergency Management shared US National Weather Service La Crosse Wisconsin's photo.

A cold front will move through the region and bring a quick shot of colder air to the area for tonight through Friday. Temperatures will then begin to warm back up through the weekend and into the start of next week. There could be a little bit of light snow or flurries with the front through this evening. There will then be occasional precipitation chances through the weekend and into Monday.

Enjoy today and tomorrow!

Temperatures will be above normal across the region through Thursday. A cold front will then move through, possibly producing a little bit of light rain or snow Thursday afternoon and evening. Colder air will spill in behind the front pushing temperatures back below normal for Friday before another warm up starts for the weekend.

Enjoy the temperatures while you can. Back to reality by the weekend.

A brief respite from the recent below normal temperatures will occur for the middle of the week. A cold front will then move across the region ushering in another shot of colder air to end the work week. There could also be a little bit of light snow Thursday afternoon and evening with the front.