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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
219 AM CST Wed Feb 15 2017

.YESTERDAY...

A cold front pushed southeast through Wisconsin on Tuesday.
Scattered light rain and snow showers accompanied the front.
Precipitation amounts were light.

Quite mild weather was in southern Wisconsin before the front moved
through.  High temperatures Tuesday ranged from 33 at Manitowish
Waters and Eagle River to 50 at Kenosha.  The normal high
temperatures for this time of year are in the upper 20s in northern
Wisconsin to the lower 30s in the south.

Gusty northwest winds of 15 to 30 miles an hour accompanied the
front and showers.

.OVERNIGHT...

The last of the rain and snow showers departed southeast Wisconsin
Tuesday evening. With clearing skies, early morning temperatures
ranged from around 15 in the north to around 30 in the far
southeast.

.FORECAST...

Cooler temperatures are expected today in the wake of a cold
front. These readings will still be near normal for this time of
year.

Dry conditions are expected for the remainder of the week and into
the weekend. Temperatures should gradually warm to well above
seasonal normals for the weekend into early next week.

There is a chance for showers late Monday into Tuesday with the
passage of a cold front.

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Hahn/SPM



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