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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
1143 AM CDT Sun Jul 23 2017


Wisconsin had another warm summery day on Saturday with highs in
many locations reaching into the 80s with even a few lower 90s
scattered around the state. Areas along the Lake Superior
shoreline could only muster a high temperature in the 60s
yesterday. A weak cold front moved from northwest to southeast
during the afternoon, evening and overnight hours and produced
scattered showers and thunderstorms. East central Wisconsin saw
the heaviest rainfall with areas from Green Bay to Sheboygan
receiving as much as 2 inches of rain overnight. Lows this
morning ranged from 50s north to the 60s south with some locations
remaining in the lower 70s such as La Crosse, Kenosha, Monroe and


Highs today should range from the 60s north to the lower 80s
across southern Wisconsin. Another disturbance will traverse the
state today with scattered showers and thunderstorms developing
this afternoon, affecting primarily southern portions of the
state. Lows tonight are expected to dip into the upper 40s across
the Northwoods to the lower 60s in the south with most of the
state waking up Monday morning to temperatures in the 50s..

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