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
830 PM CST SUN FEB 1 2015

SNOW OR BLOWING SNOW CONTINUED INTO THE EVENING HOURS ACROSS MUCH OF
THE REGION. AMOUNTS RANGED FROM 1 TO 10 INCHES...WITH THE HIGHER
AMOUNTS ACROSS IOWA INTO SOUTHWEST WISCONSIN.  AFTERNOON HIGH
TEMPERATURES WERE GENERALLY IN THE TEENS BUT WINDS GUSTING UP TO
NEAR 40 MPH IN SOME AREAS BROUGHT WIND CHILLS INTO THE SUB ZERO
RANGE.

THE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SNOW WILL CONTINUE TO
TRACK EAST AND WILL BE OVER OHIO BY MONDAY MORNING. AS THIS SYSTEM
MOVES AWAY THE SNOWFALL AREA WILL CONTINUE TO MOVE OFF TO THE EAST
AS WELL. EXPECT OVERNIGHT TEMPERATURES TO DROP INTO THE SINGLE
DIGITS BELOW ZERO AND WIND CHILLS TO DROP INTO THE TEENS BELOW
BEFORE THE WINDS DIMINISH AND BECOME NEARLY CALM BY SUNRISE.

THE OUTLOOK FOR MONDAY...EXPECT SOME SUNSHINE WITH HIGH TEMPERATURES
IN THE LOW AND MID TEENS.
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