November 26-27, 2001 Snow Totals
(Ending 7:00 AM 11/27)
Table listing of totals below the map.

Low pressure developed over Colorado on November 25th and moved into southeast Nebraska by late in the morning of the 26th. During the night of the 26th and early morning of the 27th, the low moved from Nebraska into southeast Minnesota, where it became nearly stationary. As the low move northeast, it brought a large amount of moisture and warm air with. Temperatures across Iowa, southern Wisconsin and Illinois warmed into the 40s and 50s and rain was the primary precipitation type in these locations. However, north of the low, temperatures remained in the lower to middle 30s and snow fell from South Dakota across Minnesota into the northern sections of Wisconsin. The snow developed early on the 26th and continued well into the 27th for some locations in central Minnesota and northern Wisconsin. The snow was quite heavy in central Minnesota where totals in excess of 2 feet were reported. In north central Wisconsin, a band of snow exceeding 3 inches fell from the Chippewa Falls area east toward Wausau, including much of Taylor county. 

 


November 26-27, 2001 Snow Totals

Snow totals for November 26th and 27th.

 

ZCZC MKEPNSLSE
ABUS34 KLSE 271329

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LA CROSSE WI
730 AM CST TUE NOV 27 2001

...SNOWFALL TOTALS FOR NORTH CENTRAL WISCONSIN...

HERE ARE SNOWFALL TOTALS FROM LAST EVENING...THROUGH 7 A.M. THIS
MORNING. THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE THANKS THE LAW ENFORCEMENT
OFFICIALS...AND VOLUNTEER WEATHER OBSERVERS FOR PROVIDING THIS
INFORMATION.

TAYLOR COUNTY...
MEDFORD          3-4 INCHES
PERKINSTOWN 5E     5 INCHES
LUBLIN             1 INCH

CLARK COUNTY...
GREENWOOD 6N       1 INCH
LOYAL            2.5 INCHES
WITHEE           2.5 INCHES

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