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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
329 PM CST Tue Jan 10 2017

.FORECAST...

Low pressure will continue to get stronger as it shifts northeast
of the region tonight. Snow will come to an end across northern,
central and parts of southwest Wisconsin by the middle evening
hours. Rain may briefly switch to snow before ending elsewhere
across the region early this evening. Strong west winds will
linger into this evening, before weakening later tonight. This may
lead to some blowing snow in northern and western Wisconsin this
evening.

Low pressure passing to the south of Wisconsin later Wednesday
into Wednesday night will bring another round of light snow to
northern Wisconsin, with light accumulations. Chances for light
snow, a wintry mix or light rain are forecast across southern
Wisconsin Wednesday afternoon.

Chances for light freezing rain are forecast Wednesday night into
Thursday morning in parts of southeast and far southern Wisconsin
into northern Illinois. Light glazing of roads are possible, which
may affect the Thursday morning commute.

Much colder temperatures and wind chills will then move into the
region Thursday afternoon and night, lingering into Friday.

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Wood


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