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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
407 PM CDT SUN SEP 18 2016

.FORECAST...

A weak cold front will slide east across the region tonight into
Monday night. The front will bring chances for showers and
thunderstorms to northwest Wisconsin tonight, and into southeast
Wisconsin on Monday and Monday evening. A few strong, to possibly
severe, thunderstorms are possible Monday afternoon and evening.
Warm and humid conditions are expected, with highs ranging from
the 70s in the northwest, to the mid 80s in the southeast.

Weak high pressure will bring quiet weather for later Monday night
into Tuesday. Warm temperatures will linger during this time.
Chances for showers and storms are then forecast across the region
for the rest of the week.

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SPM/Wood


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