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AWUS83 KMKX 281038 AAA

435 AM CST Mon Nov 28 2016


Skies across Wisconsin were mostly cloudy Sunday morning with areas
of fog. The fog slowly dissipated but pockets of low level clouds
remained into the afternoon.  Sunshine broke out in some areas in
the afternoon mainly in western sections.  High level clouds spread
northeast over the state in the afternoon.  These high clouds were
in advance of a strengthening low pressure area in the central
Plains.  By late afternoon, a few showers had pushed into southwest
sections of the state.

High temperatures were once again mainly in the 40s and were 5 to 15
degrees above normal for this time of year.  The range of high
temperatures was 34 at Cumberland to 50 at La Crosse. The normal
high temperatures for late November are mainly in the 30s.

Morning winds started out light and variable but became
southeasterly 5 to 15 miles an hour by midday and increased during
the afternoon to 15 to 20 miles an hour.


A large area of rain spread across the state and winds were brisk
out of the southeast.


Another round of rain is expected Monday evening and night. Then
there are off and on chances for rain and snow for the rest of the
week. Very little accumulation is expected. Temperatures will be
cooler later in the week. Highs today will be in the 40s with lows
in the upper 30s to lower 40s.


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