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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
240 AM CST Thu Dec 1 2016

Low pressure continued to slowly work its way toward the upper Great
Lakes, bringing overcast skies to much of the state. Additionally,
the low brought widespread light precipitation to most of Wisconsin.
The precipitation was mainly rain, but some snow mixed in later in
the day. Temperatures were cool through the day, with high
temperatures remaining below 40 across all of Wisconsin.

Some areas of light rain and very light snow continued to pivot
around an area of low pressure across the Badgerland. Temperatures
were in the 30s.

A trough of low pressure will slowly move eastward across Wisconsin
through this morning. Areas of light rain, light snow and drizzle
will continue and slowly diminish or exit the state this afternoon.

Northwest winds will bring lake effect snow showers to the Lake
Superior snow belt this afternoon into Saturday. Elsewhere, dry
conditions are expected for Friday and Saturday with high pressure
moving into the region by Saturday.

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