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This webcam is currently assigned to datMan. It was originally added on July 23, 2008 and has been viewed 34,021 times since then. The current picture above was taken 26 minutes ago, thereby the webcam seems to be currently active. So far, it was added to their personal favorites on webcams.travel by 0 people.

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Looking west at La Crosse Wisconsin from the National Weather Service office

Weather La Crosse

Thursday
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-9°C / -4°C
16°F / 25°F
Friday
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-8°C / -2°C
18°F / 28°F
Saturday
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-4°C / 1°C
25°F / 34°F
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Further information about La Crosse

Lacrosse is a full contact sport played using a stick with a net on the end, called a crosse, which consists of usually a separate metal or wooden shaft, connected to the "head" of the crosse. The object of the game is to toss a rubber ball into the goal. Lacrosse can be played outdoors or indoors. Outdoors it is played on a field of grass or artificial turf. Indoors it can be played on turf. Indoor or box lacrosse is played on covered or melted ice hockey rinks. History: Lacrosse was invented by Native North Americans. Its name was "dehuntshigwa'es" in Onondaga ("men hit a rounded object"), "da-nah-wah'uwsdi" in Eastern Cherokee ("little war"), "Tewaarathon" in Mohawk language ("little brother of war"), and "baaga`adowe" in Ojibwe ("bump hips"). The game was name lacrosse by French missionaries. It is widely and inaccurately believed that the name stems from the French term "crosse", for the shepherd's crooklike crosier carried by bishops as a symbol of office. Jesuit missionary ... Read more about La Crosse on Wikipedia

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