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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
420 PM CST SUN NOV 23 2014

THE SCATTERED RAIN ACROSS THE STATE WILL CONTINUE THROUGH THE NIGHT
AS A STRONG LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM APPROACHES THE GREAT LAKES FROM THE
SOUTHWEST. AS THE LOW MOVES TO THE NORTHEAST OF WISCONSIN ON MONDAY
MORNING...COLD AIR WILL BEGIN TO MOVE INTO THE AREA FROM THE WEST.
THIS COLD AIR WILL CAUSE THE RAIN TO TRANSITION TO SNOW STARTING IN
WESTERN WISCONSIN ON MONDAY MORNING...AND WILL CONTINUE TO MOVE
ACROSS THE STATE DURING THE DAY ON MONDAY...EVENTUALLY TRANSITIONING
ALL PRECIPITATION TO SNOW BY THE EVENING. WINDS BETWEEN 15 AND 30
MPH WILL ACCOMPANY THE SNOW IN THE AFTERNOON AND EVENING...CAUSING
BLOWING SNOW AND REDUCED VISIBILITIES IN SOME AREAS.

AS THIS FIRST ROUND OF SNOW ENDS ON TUESDAY MORNING...THE STATE WILL
AGAIN BECOME ENTRENCHED IN COLD AIR FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE WEEK.
HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL REMAIN BELOW FREEZING INTO NEXT WEEKEND...AND
AN ADDITIONAL ROUND OF SNOW IS POSSIBLE ON WEDNESDAY.

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BSH


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