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
1009 AM CST Sun Jan 14 2018

Clouds were spreading east across Wisconsin during the mid morning
hours, with cloudy skies over Minnesota and Iowa. A little light
snow or flurries were spreading across much eastern Minnesota into
western Wisconsin, producing mainly a dusting of snowfall. Warmer
temperatures were coming along with the clouds. Mid morning
temperatures were still below zero across much of northeast side
of the region, with single digits to mid teens across much of
Iowa and southern Minnesota.

Low pressure is going to drop southeast across Minnesota the rest
of today, then move into northern Illinois tonight. A broad area
of snow is expected to fall across the central and east parts of
the region from this afternoon into Monday. Two to 4 inches of
snow are likely by Monday morning, with the heavier amounts
across parts of Wisconsin. A winter weather advisory is posted for
much of Wisconsin tonight and Monday, with slippery driving
conditions expected to develop.

Highs today will mostly be 10 to 20 above, with lows tonight
mainly in the single digits above and below zero. As the low
passes tonight winds are going to increase, with wind chills on
Monday expected to be as low as 20 to 30 below across portions of
southeast Minnesota and northeast Iowa.

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