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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
350 AM CDT Sun Mar 26 2017


Light showers spread from southern Wisconsin Saturday morning into
central portions of the state by the afternoon hours. It remained
dry across most of the north. East to northeast winds were breezy at
times. Skies were overcast through the day, with temperatures
holding fairly steady. Highs were in the upper 30s to low 40s across
much of the state, with a few pockets of mid 40s far south and


The daytime conditions spilled into the night, with overcast
skies, easterly winds, and scattered to isolated light rain
showers across the state. Some snow mixed in with the rain in the
far north. Temperatures held steady through the night, with
northern Wisconsin sitting in the low 30s and southern Wisconsin
hovering around 40.


Low pressure will continue to impact the region through Monday.
Light rain is expected across much of the state on Sunday, with
another round of rain possible on Monday, especially in the
southeast. After a quiet Tuesday and Wednesday, another low
pressure system will move through the region, bringing even more
rain to Wisconsin.

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