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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
954 AM CST Fri Feb 16 2018


Cold air began to sweep through the Badger State on Thursday, but
not before afternoon high temperatures pushed into the upper 30s
in northern Wisconsin and the mid 40s in southern Wisconsin. The
encroaching cold air allowed overnight temperatures to drop to
around 5 below in northwest Wisconsin and ti just below freezing
in southeast Wisconsin.


Today will be cool and quiet, with highs ranging from around 20
in NW WI to the low 30s in SE WI. Lows tonight will drop to right
around 10 and perhaps a bit lower across much of the state.
Saturday will bring a quick shot of snow to Wisconsin, with less
than an inch of accumulations expected. More snow will move into
northern Wisconsin on Sunday afternoon, gradually spreading across
much of the rest of the state by Monday morning. It looks like
northern Wisconsin will see mostly snow out of this system, but
in central and southern WI there will be more of a mix.
Precipitation could last into Tuesday morning in some areas.
Temperatures will be close to freezing at times in central and
southern Wisconsin, so forecast details are not yet clear. Please
continue to monitor the forecast for more details.

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