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IAZ008>011-018-019-029-030-MNZ079-086>088-094>096-
WIZ017-029-032>034-041>044-053>055-061-210930-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
811 PM CDT SUN APR 20 2014

A FRONTAL BOUNDARY IS STALLED OUT ACROSS THE REGION...AND IT WAS
RESULTING IN SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. THE HEAVIEST RAINS WERE
ACROSS NORTHEAST IOWA...WHERE SOME STORMS PRODUCED SMALL HAIL AND
LOCALLY HEAVY RAINFALL. RAINFALL AMOUNTS WERE GENERALLY AROUND A
HALF INCH...BUT SOME SPOTS SAW FROM ONE TO TWO INCHES. WHERE IT
RAINED...TEMPERATURES HELD IN THE 50S ON SUNDAY...BUT ELSEWHERE
HIGHS WERE IN THE 60S AND 70S.

WITH THE FRONT HANGING AROUND TONIGHT...SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS
WILL CONTINUE...MAINLY ACROSS IOWA AND SOUTHERN WISCONSIN.
TEMPERATURES WILL REMAIN MILD...WITH LOWS FROM THE MIDDLE 40S TO
MIDDLE 50S.

THE FRONT WILL MOVE AWAY ON MONDAY...WITH THE RAIN CHANCES
DIMINISHING. CLEARING SKIES ARE ANTICIPATED BY AFTERNOON...WITH
HIGHS IN THE 60S TO NEAR 70 DEGREES.

LOOKING AHEAD...A DRY AND SEASONABLE TUESDAY IS LIKELY BEFORE
ANOTHER STORM SYSTEM APPROACHES THE AREA FOR THE MIDDLE TO LATTER
PARTS OF NEXT WEEK.

$$

MW




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