Regional Weather Summary
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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
1015 AM CST FRI JAN 23 2015

A WEAK COLD FRONT AND WEATHER DISTURBANCE WAS MOVING THROUGH THE
REGION...AND BROUGHT CLOUD COVER AND SOME LIGHT MIXED PRECIPITATION
TO PARTS OF THE AREA. SOME SLEET...FREEZING RAIN...AND LIGHT SNOW
WERE SEEN ACROSS NORTHERN MINNESOTA OVERNIGHT...AND THIS SPREAD
INTO NORTHERN WISCONSIN THIS MORNING. LOOK FOR THIS TO PERSIST
INTO THE AFTERNOON HOURS AS WELL...NORTH OF A LINE FROM CHIPPEWA
FALLS TO GREEN BAY.

TEMPERATURES TODAY WILL TOP OUT IN THE 30S ACROSS THE BULK OF THE
REGION...ALTHOUGH SOME 40S WILL BE SEEN ACROSS CENTRAL AND
SOUTHERN IOWA.

BEHIND THE FRONT...SKIES WILL CLEAR BRIEFLY AS WEAK HIGH PRESSURE
BEGINS TO MOVE IN. BUT ANOTHER BAND OF LOW CLOUDS IS ANTICIPATED
TO DROP SOUTH OUT OF ONTARIO AND INTO THE AREA FOR TONIGHT. THE
CLOUDS WILL KEEP LOWS TONIGHT ON THE MILD SIDE FOR LATE JANUARY...
ONLY FALLING INTO THE 20S.

LOOKING AHEAD...SATURDAY LOOKS TO BE MILD WITH HIGHS IN THE 30S
AND LOWER 40S. BUT A STORM SYSTEM WILL SPREAD ACCUMULATING SNOW
INTO THE AREA FOR SATURDAY NIGHT INTO SUNDAY.

$$

MW



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