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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
318 PM CDT Wed Mar 22 2017

.FORECAST...

A slow moving low pressure system will drift out of the southwest
U.S. by Thursday night, tracking from Missouri to northern
Indiana this weekend.

Southerly winds ahead of the low will bring warmer temperatures
and increasing moisture to the Badgerland over the next few days.
Some light snow may develop over far northern Wisconsin late
tonight, then rain chances overspread all of Wisconsin on
Thursday.

Temperatures hovering close to freezing Thursday night should
result in some freezing rain over northern Wisconsin.

Then look for generally wet conditions on and off Friday through
Sunday as the low pressure system passes by to the south. A wintry
mix may be found over northern Wisconsin during the overnight
hours.

Temperatures are expected to be within a few degrees of
normal for late in the week and over the weekend, aside from above
normal conditions in the south on Friday.

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