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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
428 AM CST SUN DEC 21 2014

.YESTERDAY...HIGH PRESSURE SITUATED TO THE EAST OF THE BADGERLAND
ALLOWED FOR RELATIVELY WARM AND MOIST AIR TO STREAM INTO WISCONSIN.
THIS MOISTURE...COUPLED WITH SUPPORT OF A WEAK UPPER LEVEL
SYSTEM...BROUGHT OVERCAST SKIES FOR MOST OF THE STATE AND FLURRIES
THROUGHOUT THE DAY IN SOUTHERN WISCONSIN. DUE TO THE CLOUDY
SKIES...HIGH TEMPERATURES BARELY BREACHED THE FREEZING MARK IN A FEW
LOCATIONS...AND REMAINED IN THE UPPER 20S FOR MOST OF THE STATE.

.OVERNIGHT...

IT WAS OVERCAST AND TEMPERATURES HELD NEARLY STEADY IN THE UPPER
20S TO LOWER 30S. PATCHY FREEZING DRIZZLE AND VERY LIGHT SNOW
FELL IN SOUTHERN AND CENTRAL PORTIONS OF THE STATE.

.FORECAST...

LOW PRESSURE WILL DEVELOP OVER THE DAKOTAS TODAY AND
TONIGHT...PRODUCING LIGHT SNOW AND FREEZING DRIZZLE AHEAD OF IT IN
WISCONSIN.

THE LOW WILL PUSH ACROSS SOUTH DAKOTA INTO IOWA MONDAY...BRINGING
SNOW TO NORTHERN WISCONSIN AND RAIN TO THE SOUTH.

THIS LOW IS EXPECTED TO GRADUALLY DRIFT ACROSS WISCONSIN AND INTO
MICHIGAN TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY...WITH LIGHT RAIN CHANGING OVER TO
LIGHT SNOW.

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CRAVEN/BSH


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