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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
856 AM CST Fri Dec 8 2017


Cold weather prevailed as northwest flow dominated across the
state. High temperatures on Thursday only made it into the upper
teens in northern Wisconsin and the upper 20s in southern
Wisconsin. By this morning, lows had dropped into the teens across
the state. In the evening, a band of flurries and light snow
developed in northwest Wisconsin that pushed southwest overnight.


A low pressure system will drop into northwest Wisconsin this
afternoon and push southeast toward Lake Michigan overnight. This
will bring light snow to much of the state, with snow
accumulations ranging from up 3 inches in northern Wisconsin to
around half an inch in far southwest Wisconsin. Amounts up to 6
inches are possible in the Lake Superior snow belt.

Beyond tonight`s chance for snow, temperatures will remain cold
through the next week. We`ll see more weak weather systems moving
through the state, bringing chances for light snow on Monday, mid
week, and potentially next weekend.

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