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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
305 AM CDT Tue Aug 30 2016

The day began with areas of dense fog across parts of the state. The
fog gradually burned off and gave way to partly cloudy skies with a
few scattered showers. Scattered thunderstorms developed in parts of
south central and northern Wisconsin during the late afternoon
hours. Humid conditions prevailed.

High temperatures were mainly in the lower to middle 80s. The normal
high temperatures for late August in Wisconsin are the middle to
upper 70s.

Winds were light south to southeast.

Scattered showers continued in parts of southern and central
Wisconsin Monday evening. A line of thunderstorms developed
Monday evening ahead of a cold front in far northwest Wisconsin.
Temperatures dropped off into the 60s to low 70s.

A cold front will move southward and across central and southern
Wisconsin today. The chance for showers and storms will accompany
the front, and linger in the south tonight. Meanwhile, a northwest
breeze behind the front will pull cooler and drier air into northern
Wisconsin today and across the rest of the state tonight.

On Wednesday a push of cooler air will result in temperatures
falling to below normal readings later this week. Otherwise, dry and
quiet weather can be expected from Wednesday into Saturday. The
chances for showers and thunderstorms start to gradually increase
from west to east for Sunday and Labor Day.

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