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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
531 AM CDT Wed Mar 29 2017


Clouds cleared across Wisconsin from northeast to southwest as dry
air worked its way down through the state. Sunshine allowed
temperatures to warm into the upper 50s and lower 60s inland from
the Great Lakes. Lakeshore counties only got into the 40s yesterday.


Light easterly winds caused dense fog from Lake Michigan to spread
inland across southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois overnight.
The north half of the state enjoyed clear skies for most of the
night. High clouds began streaming into the west half early this


Look for increasing clouds across Wisconsin today as low pressure
approaches from the Plains. High temperatures today will range from
the lower 40s east to around 50 northwest.

Rain will spread into the south half of the state by this evening.
The rain will change over to snow across northern and central
Wisconsin overnight, then back to rain on Thursday. Periods of rain
will persist across mainly the south half through Friday. Brisk
easterly winds and clouds will lead to below normal temperatures.

Dry and more mild weather is expected for the weekend.


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