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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
245 AM CST Mon Feb 13 2017

Wisconsin was firmly planted between high and low pressure,
resulting in blustery conditions across much of the state. Winds
gusted as high as 50 mph in some locations. Fortunately, skies were
clear for much of the day, and afternoon high temperatures ranged
from the mid 30s in northern Wisconsin to the mid 40s in southern

Skies were clear across the Badgerland during the overnight hours.
Temperatures dropped off into the teens to low 20s in the far north
with mid 20s to around 30 common elsewhere.

High pressure is expected to move east from the central Plains into
the Middle Mississippi River Valley today. Quiet weather and mild
temperatures are expected.

A cold front will then slide southeast across the region Tuesday,
with winds shifting to the northwest Tuesday night into Wednesday. A
few snow showers may accompany this front. In addition, some lake
effect snow is possible in far northern Wisconsin at times Tuesday
into Wednesday.

A period of dry conditions, with gradually warming temperatures, are
then anticipated for later this week into the weekend.

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