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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
926 AM CST Sat Jan 20 2018

Southwest winds and milder temperatures returned to the badger
state on Friday. Temperatures climbed into the upper 30s to lower
40s. Temperatures remained relatively mild Friday night with low
temperatures by sunrise Saturday in the teens and 20s across the
north and 20s and 30s in the south.

Areas of fog and drizzle will develop early Sunday morning over
far southern Wisconsin. Patchy freezing drizzle may occur as
temperatures will be near the freezing mark. Rain will then be
possible for the afternoon in the south. Relatively mild
temperatures in the middle to upper 30s are expected.

Strong low pressure will then approach from the Great Plains and
track across southeast Wisconsin Monday and Monday night. This
will bring a winter storm to the northern half of the state for
late Sunday night into Monday night. Mostly rain is expected in
the south with the exception of some light snow Monday night. The
light snow will end in the east and north on Tuesday with quiet
and cooler conditions for the middle of the week.

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