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524 AM CDT SAT MAY 28 2016


South winds continued to bring warm and humid conditions into
Wisconsin on Friday. Mostly cloudy skies were observed, with
scattered showers and thunderstorms moving northward through the
state. Highs ranged from the upper 60s in northwest Wisconsin, to
the upper 70s to lower 80s in southern Wisconsin. Cooler
temperatures with onshore winds were found near Lake Superior and
Lake Michigan.


A warm and humid airmass continued to linger over the region.
Another round of showers, and a few thunderstorms, moved
northward into the state. Some fog was observed in northern
Wisconsin, with light winds and the moist airmass in place.
Temperatures were in the middle to upper 40s in northwest
Wisconsin, to the middle to upper 60s across southern Wisconsin.


Low pressure will drag a surface trough east northeast across the
region today into Sunday. This will interact with a warm and humid
airmass to bring a few more rounds of showers and thunderstorms.
No all day rains are expected, but keep an eye on the forecast if
there are any outdoor plans. Expect warm and humid conditions
today into Sunday morning.

Weak high pressure moving into the region later Sunday into
Memorial Day should bring a brief period of quiet weather. Warm
temperatures will linger. Chances for showers and thunderstorms
will increase again later Monday in southern Wisconsin and
northern Illinois.

The best chances for showers and storms looks to occur Tuesday
into Wednesday, as low pressure drags a cold front eastward
through the region. Warm temperatures will continue during this

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