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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
1213 PM CDT Fri Jul 21 2017


It was a warm day across Wisconsin yesterday with most locations
climbing into the 80s for highs with a few lower 90s. After the
warm day, lows only dropped into the 60s at most locations with 50s
near the UP. There were some lingering light showers across
southern Wisconsin yesterday with more organized rains moving into
southwestern Wisconsin this morning.


It will be another warm sticky day today with highs in the 80s
outside of the rain across southwestern Wisconsin. Where it is
currently raining at midday, it will likely remain in the 70s
through the afternoon. Additional thunderstorms are expected to
develop later today and move across far southern Wisconsin during
the late afternoon. Some of these could be severe. More
thunderstorms are expected overnight. The potential for more
heavy rainfall tonight in areas that just recently had several
inches prompted the issuance of a flash flood watch through
tonight for portions of west central and southern Wisconsin. Lows
tonight should range from the upper 50s and lower 60s across the
north to lower 70s in the south. The rain should move east of the
state early Saturday morning. More showers and thunderstorms could
develop Saturday afternoon with the best chances across northern
Wisconsin. Highs are forecast to be in the upper 70s across the
north to the middle 80s in west central and southern Wisconsin.

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