Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS La Crosse, WI

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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
325 PM CST MON FEB 8 2016

AT MID AFTERNOON...LOW PRESSURE OVER MICHIGAN CONTINUED TO BRING
SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS AND NORTHWEST WINDS ACROSS THE REGION...WITH
THE STRONGEST WINDS WEST OF INTERSTATE 35. TEMPERATURES RANGED IN
THE TEENS TO MID 20S.

THE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL SLOWLY MOVE EAST OVER THE NEXT TWO DAYS
WHICH WILL ALLOW FOR A SLOW DECREASE IN OUR WINDS...THOUGH WINDS WILL
NOT BECOME LIGHT UNTIL LATE WEDNESDAY. SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS WILL
CONTINUE TONIGHT AND THEN TAPER OFF ON TUESDAY.

THE NORTH FLOW THAT HAS SET UP ACROSS THE REGION MEANS THAT
TEMPERATURES WILL BE MUCH BELOW SEASONAL NORMALS FOR THE REST OF THE
WEEK. LOOK FOR LOWS TONIGHT TO DROP INTO THE SINGLE DIGITS WITH
HIGHS ON TUESDAY ONLY IN THE SINGLE DIGITS TO MID TEENS. THIS TREND
WILL THEN CONTINUES INTO WEDNESDAY WITH HIGHS ONLY IN THE SINGLE
DIGITS...AND THEN WIDESPREAD SUB-ZERO READINGS FOR WEDNESDAY NIGHT.
$$

TMS



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