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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
927 AM CST Mon Dec 18 2017


Cloudy skies prevailed across the State yesterday, with a few
areas of flurries across the north during the afternoon hours.
Additional areas of drizzle and light rain developed across
southern areas during the evening, and continued into overnight.
High temperatures ranged from the mid to upper 20s north, to the
mid 30s in the far south.


Warmer temperatures will prevail over the next few days, with
highs climbing into the 30s north to lower 40s south. A storm
system is expected to impact the region on Thursday into Friday,
bringing accumulating snow to portions of the state, and possibly
a mix of precipitation types in the south. Stay tuned for updates.
Much colder air will arrive towards next weekend, with bitter cold
expected around and just after Christmas.

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