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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
500 AM CDT Sat Mar 25 2017

The day began with a stalled frontal boundary across central
Wisconsin which slowly sagged south through the day. Areas south
of the front had a pretty nice day with very warm temperatures and
an occasional ray of sun poking though the clouds. High
temperatures approached 80 degrees in extreme southeastern
Wisconsin. To the north of the front, cool, cloudy, and
occasionally wet conditions persisted through much of the day
with highs staying in the upper 30s in northern Wisconsin. Those
dreary conditions eventually overtook all of Wisconsin by the
early evening.

Cool and cloudy conditions persisted as light rain continued to
fall along and north of the frontal boundary that pushed through
the state earlier in the day. Low temperatures ranged from the
upper 20s in northern Wisconsin to the upper 30s in southern

Slow moving low pressure will continue to make its way toward
southern Wisconsin before finally arriving on Sunday. Generally
cool, cloudy conditions can be expected through the weekend and
into early next week, with on and off chances of rain. An
isolated thunderstorm or two is also possible in extreme
southeastern Wisconsin on Saturday afternoon.

Most of the rain should exit the area by Monday evening as high
pressure slides into the region. The middle of the week should
remain dry before another chance at rain moves in for the end of
the week.

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