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AWUS83 KMKX 220951

451 AM CDT MON AUG 22 2016


Showers ended across eastern Wisconsin during the afternoon, as
low pressure pulled away from the region. High pressure tracking
south of the area brought clearing skies from west to east, along
with lower humidity. Highs were on the cool side, and ranged from
the mid 60s in north central Wisconsin, to the lower 70s in
southern Wisconsin.


High pressure passed to the south of the region. The high brought
quiet weather, along with mostly clear skies. Patchy fog developed
over portions of northern and central Wisconsin. Temperatures so
far ranged from the lower to mid 40s in north central Wisconsin,
to the lower to mid 50s in southern and western Wisconsin.


High pressure will continue to slide southeast of the region today
into Tuesday. South winds will gradually increase during this
period, and will slowly bring warmer temperatures into the region.
Mainly quiet weather is expected during this time.

A push of warm and moist air into the region if forecast for Tuesday
night and Wednesday. A trough of low pressure will move through by
Wednesday morning, with a cold front moving east through the
region by Wednesday evening. These features will combine with the
moisture to bring a round of showers and thunderstorms during this
period. Warm and humid conditions are expected.

High pressure will then bring a period of quiet weather and less
humid conditions for Thursday into Friday.

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