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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
852 AM CST Tue Dec 12 2017

A pair of weather systems brought light snow to portions of
Wisconsin yesterday morning and early afternoon. Snow
accumulations were mainly at an inch of snow or less from the two
systems. Temperatures were seasonal with highs in the lower 30s in
the southern half of the state on up to the mid 20s in northern

Below normal temperatures are on tap for today with high
temperatures only reaching the low teens in northern Wisconsin on
into the low 20s in southwest Wisconsin.

Another fast moving system will bring a round of snow into
northwest Wisconsin early Wednesday morning, spreading into east
central and northeast Wisconsin through the morning hours. The
highest snow amounts are expected to run along a line from Wausau
to Sheboygan with 3 to 6 inches forecast to fall there.


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