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Around Groundhog Day of 1996, La Crosse had a record-setting cold spell with three straight nights of temps in the -30 range. The area's coldest weather since that week is expected to arrive Sunday in La Crosse, and Weather Service forecaster Jeff Boyne expects bitterly cold wind chills, around -30 to -50.
Boyne says mild weather in the 20's is likely before the cold air moves in. On Monday, the mercury might not get above -10.
A Winona State student who reportedly worked in La Crosse as a bartender is identified as the driver whose car fell into Swift Creek near City Brewery.
Ellie Ahmann of Winona was 21 years old. La Crosse police say Ahmann's body was recovered from her car Wednesday afternoon, several hours after tire tracks were found to lead from the end of Jackson Street down to the creek. An autopsy will be conducted tomorrow. Ahmann was living in Winona while attending college. She was originally from the St. Paul area.
La Crosse Police have not released the name of a person found dead inside a car that went through the ice on Swift Creek.
The body was recovered after the car was removed from the water early Wednesday afternoon. Relatives are being notified. The car was in about 6 to 8 feet of water. Police believe it went off the road at the west end of Jackson Street and rolled downhill onto the ice, sometime on Tuesday night or early Wednesday.