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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
925 AM CST Sat Feb 17 2018


Friday was cool and quiet across Wisconsin. High temperatures only
managed to reach into the mid teens in northern Wisconsin and the
low 30s in far SE Wisconsin. Low temperatures ranged from around 5
below in NW Wisconsin to the mid teens in SE Wisconsin.


Light snow will move through Wisconsin today, dropping around 2"
to less than half an inch across the state. Sunday will be dry
across central and southern Wisconsin with southerly winds and
temperatures pushing into the upper 30s and low 40s. Northern
Wisconsin will be cooler, and 1-3 inches of snow is expected.

Low pressure will move back into the region on Monday bringing
quite a bit of precipitation to the Badgerland. Mostly snow is
expected in northern Wisconsin, but changing temperatures combined
with a sharp temperature gradient will result in multiple
precipitation types in central and southern Wisconsin. The area of
mixed precipitation will begin stretching across central
Wisconsin on Monday morning and remain there through much of the
day. By Monday night, temperatures will begin to cool across the
state, causing the band of mixed precipitation to sink into
southern Wisconsin. Precipitation will likely last into Tuesday in
far southern Wisconsin, and the chance for mixed precipitation
will last into Tuesday afternoon. Up to 4" of snow is expected in
northern Wisconsin. Liquid precipitation amounts are expected to
range from around 1/4" in central Wisconsin to 1" in far SE WI.

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