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AWUS83 KMKX 291000

500 AM CDT SUN MAY 29 2016


An area of low pressure brought unsettled weather to Wisconsin,
with scattered showers and thunderstorms. The thunderstorms were
most numerous southern Wisconsin during the afternoon and
evening. Some of the storms produced damaging winds and large
hail. High temperatures ranged from around 70 in northwest
Wisconsin, to the lower 80s in southern Wisconsin.


Showers and thunderstorms diminished during the overnight hours
over far eastern Wisconsin. A trough of low pressure brought more
clouds along with scattered rain showers to portions of western
Wisconsin. Clouds moved out of eastern Wisconsin, with some clouds
lingering in the west. Temperatures so far ranged from the middle
50s in northwest Wisconsin, to the lower to middle 60s elsewhere
across Wisconsin.


A trough of low pressure will slide northeast across the region
today. This will bring rain showers and some thunderstorms to
northern Wisconsin. Chances for showers and a few thunderstorms
are forecast across southern Wisconsin. Warm temperatures are
forecast once again.

Weak high pressure moving through the region later tonight into
Memorial Day will bring a period of dry conditions and continued
warm temperatures.

Low pressure will move north of the region Monday night into
Wednesday night. South winds ahead of the low will bring more
moisture into the region, and bring a warm front through as well.

A cold front will then slide east through the region Wednesday
into Wednesday night. Chances for showers and thunderstorms will
increase Monday night into Tuesday, with the best chances Tuesday
night into Wednesday. Warm temperatures are forecast to continue.

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