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October was one of its coldest and wettest ever

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Wisconsin has closed the book on one of its coldest and wettest Octobers ever. The National Weather Service said La Crosse had its fourth coldest and wettest October in history.

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The average temperature for the month was 44 degrees, more than six degrees below normal.

And La Crosse had 5 and-two-thirds inches of rain and melted snow, more than 2 inches above the norm.

A cold front is leaving the Badger State, leaving continued cold temperatures behind.

Clearing skies are expected today except near Lake Superior. Highs will be in the 40s and 50s the next couple days, with colder temperatures expected on Wednesday.

Lows could dip into the 20s all week in northern Wisconsin.

But rain or light snow is expected to return to most of the state by Tuesday night. Highs will be in the 40s and 50s the next couple days, with colder temperatures expected on Wednesday.

Lows could dip into the 20s all week in northern Wisconsin.

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