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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
302 PM CDT MON MAY 23 2016

The weather pattern will be changing this week as a southwest
upper flow sets up from the central and southern plains into
Wisconsin. As a result, more moisture and an increased chance of
showers and thunderstorms is expected for much of the week.

A trough of Low pressure from the west will move into Wisconsin
Tuesday and Wednesday. Meanwhile low pressure will develop over
the plains and lift north into Minnesota or Wisconsin. Eventually
a surface boundary will become the focus for most of the showers
and thunderstorms. If this boundary sets up across central
Wisconsin, southern areas will be located in the very warm and
humid airmass. If the boundary sets up more toward the
Wisconsin/Illinois border, temperatures will be a bit cooler. Even
so, temperatures are expected to be above seasonal normals.

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Hentz


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