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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
941 AM CST Sun Feb 11 2018


The recent wintry pattern continued over the past 24 hours with
more snow across southern Wisconsin. The southern portion of the
state received several inches of new snow overnight with the
highest totals across the far southeastern corner of Wisconsin
where as much as 5 inches has fallen. High temperatures yesterday
were in the teens and 20s, while lows last night ranged from the
teens below zero across northern Wisconsin where skies were clear
to the teens above zero across the south where it was cloudy and
snowed all night.


The light snow will gradually end this morning, but may linger
into early afternoon across the far southeastern portion of the
state. Additional accumulations should remain under an inch. After
the snow ends, it will be dry through Monday across all of
Wisconsin. High temperatures this afternoon will be in the upper
teens and lower 20s. Lows tonight are forecast to range from near
ten below zero across northern Wisconsin to the single digits
above zero closer to Lake Michigan. High temperatures tomorrow
should be in the teens state-wide with a few lower 20s possible across
southern Wisconsin.

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