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
824 PM CST Mon Jan 15 2018

Low pressure over Lake Michigan wrapped clouds and light snow into
the area today. High temperatures ranged from the single digits
below zero across northwest the middle 20s across
southern Iowa.

Light snow or flurries prevailed across much of the region this
evening. Temperatures were in the single digits below zero to the
teens above zero. The area will remain under the influence of the
low pressure system tonight and produce light snow or flurries.
Up to a half of an inch of snow is possible east of the
Mississippi River. Winter Weather Advisories are in effect east
of the Mississippi River late this evening. Overnight low
temperatures are expected to fall into the single digits above to
below zero. Wind chill values will be five to thirty below range.
Therefore...a Wind Chill Advisory is in effect west of the
Mississippi River through Tuesday morning.

High pressure is expected to build into western Iowa Tuesday and
allow skies to become mostly sunny across the region. High
temperatures will rise into the single digits above to the teens.


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