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AWUS83 KMKX 251019

519 AM CDT MON JUL 25 2016


A cold front moving through the region brought showers and
thunderstorms to southern and eastern Wisconsin. Drier air
filtered into northwest portions of the state.

High temperatures ranged from the lower 80s in northern
Wisconsin, to the middle 90s in southeast Wisconsin. The
combination of very hot temperatures and high humidity produced
heat index values above 110 degrees in far southern portions of
the state.


The showers and thunderstorms moved east of the region, with the
departing cold front. Clear skies across the northwest half of
Wisconsin spread across the rest of the state during the overnight
hours. Cooler and less humid conditions spread into the region.
Temperatures so far ranged from the lower 60s in northern
Wisconsin, to the upper 60s to around 70 in southern Wisconsin.


High pressure will move slowly eastward across the region today
into tonight. The high will bring quiet weather, with slightly
cooler and less humid conditions.

A frontal boundary will sag into northern Wisconsin Tuesday, then
slide southward into southern Wisconsin on Wednesday. In addition,
a trough of low pressure will move slowly toward the region
Wednesday into Thursday. These features will bring increasing
chances for showers and thunderstorms, especially Wednesday into
Thursday. Warm and humid conditions are expected.

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