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AWUS83 KMKX 180927

427 AM CDT MON JUL 18 2016


A trough of low pressure brought decent amounts of rainfall across
Wisconsin Sunday morning, along with partly to mostly cloudy skies.
Rainfall amounts ranged from one-tenth of an inch up to just over one

High temperatures across the state ranged from the upper 70s in
the north to the lower to mid 80s in the south. Winds were mainly
from the south early, veering to the west in the evening, between 5
and 20 miles per hour. Wind gusts reached up to 30 miles per hour in
some locations.


Skies were mostly clear overnight as high pressure continued to
build into the area. High clouds did increase in the south later
in the night due to thunderstorms well southwest of the state.
Winds were generally light through the night under the high. Low
temperatures ranged from the mid and upper 50s near
70 far southeast.


High pressure is expected to bring dry weather to the state today
and Tuesday, with temperatures near to a few degrees above normal
both days.

Showers and Thunderstorms are possible at times from Tuesday night
through late week as a very warm and moist airmass moves into the
area. It is expected to get hot by late in the week, with heat
index values possibly nearing or exceeding 100 degrees many
places Thursday and Friday.

High temperatures today will range from the upper 70s across
north-central Wisconsin, to the middle 80s in the southwest.

Lows tonight will range from around 50 in north-central portions
of the state, to the low and mid 60s southwest.

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