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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
842 AM CST Wed Jan 10 2018


Highs across the state on Tuesday ranged from the low to mid 30s
north to low to mid 40s south. Clouds and fog increased across
much of the state Tuesday night, with widespread low clouds and
areas of fog state-wide to begin the day on Wednesday.


Clouds and areas of fog will stick around for most of today and
tonight. Breezy southerly winds will bring warmer temperatures to
the entire region, with high reaching the 40s in most areas.

The next storm system will begin to move through the state from
west to east late tonight, initially bringing widespread rain to
the area. As temperatures cool behind a cold front, some of that
rain may mix with and change over to snow on Thursday, especially
across the northern and western portions of Wisconsin.

Temperatures will be much colder by Thursday night, with readings
expected to range from the teens across the south to around zero
across the north.

Below average temperatures are expected to persist through the

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