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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
503 AM CDT Mon Mar 20 2017

.YESTERDAY...

Quiet weather dominated the Badgerland. Skies were cloudy in the
east, but broke up somewhat as the day went on. Sunny skies allowed
highs to reach the middle 40s to lower 50s in the west, while
temperatures were in the lower 40s across the east. Scattered light
rain showers moved through the state in the evening. Thunderstorms
became strong as they neared Sheboygan. Up to one inch hail was
reported in the Sheboygan area.

.OVERNIGHT...

High clouds streamed across Wisconsin while thunderstorms tracked
across northern Illinois. Low temperatures ranged from the mid 20s
in the northland to around 40 near the Illinois border. Winds were
light.

.FORECAST...

Plan on increasing clouds today, with a slight chance for rain
showers across central Wisconsin this afternoon. Winds will
gradually shift to the north and become brisk in the wake of a weak
cold front.

Temperatures are expected to warm into the mid to upper 40s north
and mid to upper 50s south. Look for cooler temperatures along the
Lake Michigan shoreline. Lows tonight will range from the teens
north to the lower 30s south.

Dry weather and cooling temperatures are then likely Tuesday and
Wednesday as high pressure moves back in. Brisk northeast winds will
bring lake effect clouds and flurries to southeast Wisconsin Tuesday
night.

Low pressure will bring rain and freezing rain to northern Wisconsin
Thursday night into Friday, and rain with a chance of
thunderstorms to the south half.

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SM/MRC



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