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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
320 AM CDT Sun Sep 25 2016

Saturday was nearly a carbon copy of Friday, with high pressure well
to the northeast of the state, and a stationary front stalled out
just to the south of Wisconsin. This resulted in clear skies in far
northeastern Wisconsin, and cloudy skies across the rest of the
state for most of the day. Additionally, there were isolated showers
across central Wisconsin in the early afternoon. By the evening,
clouds in portions of southern and central wisconsin gradually
dissipated, resulting in a beautiful evening. High temperatures were
in the upper 60s in northern Wisconsin, and the low 70s in far
southern Wisconsin.

Skies were partly to mostly cloudy across the Badgerland during the
overnight hours. A few showers moved into far western Wisconsin late
in the night. Temperatures dropped off into the mid 50s to low 60s
for most areas.

A low pressure system will bring showers and thunderstorms across
the Badgerland today. Flood watches are in effect over western and
central portions of the state as some of the stronger storms could
produce brief heavy downpours over areas that are experiencing
flooding from heavy rains from last week.

The showers and storms will be along and ahead of a cold front that
will sweep across the state today, ushering in colder air for early
this week.

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