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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
530 AM CST Mon Jan 23 2017


Fog and overcast skies persisted across much of Wisconsin on Sunday.
Fog improved during the day in many locations but redeveloped during
the evening. Winds were light and temperatures were mild for mid
January. Highs were in the upper 30s to lower 40s, 15 degrees above


Fog was prevalent across Wisconsin overnight due to light winds and
ample moisture. Fog became dense at several locations across mainly
western Wisconsin at times. Low temperatures were in the lower to
mid 30s.


Fog, overcast skies, and relatively warm temperatures will linger in
Wisconsin today. The next significant weather system will arrive on
Tuesday afternoon. This system will initially bring a wintry mix to
the state before becoming predominantly snow by late Tuesday
evening. Snow could become heavy at times toward west central
Wisconsin. Sleet and rain will spread into far southern Wisconsin
late Tuesday night. Then a rain and snow mix will linger across the
state Wednesday afternoon.

Cooler air on northwest winds will bring chances for light snow
through Friday morning.

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