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
1010 AM CST Mon Jan 15 2018

Light to moderate snow continued across much of Wisconsin and
nearby areas at mid morning. Snow amounts from the storm so far
have ranged from 2 to locally 6 and 7 inches. A winter weather
advisory continues for much of Wisconsin, with wind chill
advisories or wind chill warning for much of Minnesota and Iowa.
Mid morning temperatures ranged from around 20 above in far
eastern Wisconsin to around 10 below in far western Minnesota.
Wind chills across much of Minnesota and Iowa were -10 to -35.

The snow will continue across much of Wisconsin and nearby areas
the rest of today into tonight, but gradually taper off.
Additional snow amounts of 1 to 2 inches are possible, mainly over
central and eastern Wisconsin. It will remain cold and breezy
elsewhere, with wind chills remaining bitter cold over Minnesota
and Iowa. The bitter cold wind chills will spread into Wisconsin
tonight.

Highs today are going to range from the lower 20s in eastern
Wisconsin to around 5 below in western Minnesota. Lows tonight
will range from around 10 above in eastern Wisconsin, to 10 below
to 20 below in western Minnesota.

Tuesday is looking to be a dry and cold day with decreasing
clouds. Highs are expected to be mostly zero to 20 above, with
wind chills remains below zero along and west of the Mississippi
River.

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