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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
425 AM CDT Sun Mar 19 2017


Brisk northwest winds and low clouds in the wake of a cold front
kept temperatures cool across Wisconsin yesterday. High temperatures
were in the 30s to lower 40s.


Skies cleared out across all of Wisconsin except the northeast
during the evening hours. Then high clouds began streaming into the
state from northern Minnesota overnight. In addition, low clouds
over Lake Michigan started to spread onto land in eastern Wisconsin
toward morning.

Low temperatures ranged from the teens north and central to the mid
20s south and east.


High clouds will stream into Wisconsin today ahead of low pressure
tracking through southern Canada. There is a slight chance of
showers in northwest Wisconsin this afternoon, and a better chance
of showers in central and southeast Wisconsin this evening out ahead
of a cold front. A few rumbles of thunder are possible across far
southern Wisconsin tonight. High temperatures today will range from
the 40s east to the mid 50s west. Lows tonight will generally be in
the 30s, coldest north.

Clouds and precip will gradually clear southeast Wisconsin on Monday
in the wake of a weak cold front. Dry weather and cooling
temperatures are then likely Tuesday and Wednesday as high pressure
moves back in.

Low pressure is expected to bring a wintry mix north and rain
south for late in the week.

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