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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
331 AM CDT Mon Mar 27 2017


Showers continued across much of Wisconsin on Sunday as low pressure
slowly approached from the south. There was some fog at times during
the day, locally dense in the south during the morning. Skies
remained overcast and winds were generally light. High temperatures
ranged from the upper 30s in the northeast, to the upper 40s and low
50s far south.


Cool and cloudy conditions persisted through the night, with
occasional fog especially in central and southern Wisconsin.
Isolated light rain showers could even be found in eastern and
northern portions of the state. Temperatures held steady through
the night, staying in the low to mid 30s in northern Wisconsin and
into the low 40s in far southern Wisconsin.


One more cloudy day is on tap for the badgerland, but fortunately
the rain chances are lower than the past few days. There is only a
chance of precipitation in northern Wisconsin through the day,
and a slight chance of rain in eastern Wisconsin in the afternoon.

The sun will return on Tuesday before clouds begin to fill back in
on Wednesday ahead of an approaching low pressure system. That low
pressure system will bring precipitation to the state on Thursday,
with the most impacts in southern Wisconsin. On Thursday morning,
light snow is likely toward central portions of the state, while
a wintry mix is possible in southern Wisconsin. All precipitation
will switch to rain by midday, and precipitation will gradually
fall off as we approach Friday. If precipitation lingers into
Friday morning, another round of snow would be possible.

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