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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
300 AM CDT Sat Sep 24 2016

High pressure across Ontario brought mostly clear skies to
northeastern Wisconsin while a stationary front remained just to the
south and west of the state. This front brought widespread cloud
cover to southern and western Wisconsin, along with some isolated
showers during the day. By the evening hours, light rain had moved
off of the front and into northwestern Wisconsin. High temperatures
were in the upper 60s to low 70s across the state.

A few light showers affected parts of western and northern
Wisconsin. Otherwise skies were partly to mostly cloudy.
Temperatures dropped off into the 50s to low 60s.

Small chances for showers are expected this morning with a weak warm
front lifting northward through the region. Some sunshine is
expected, especially in southwest portions of the state.

The next chance for rain will come this evening as the next system
moves in from the west. A cold front will sweep across the state on
Sunday, which will help to usher in colder air going into early next
week. A band of rain and thunderstorms is expected to move through
along and ahead of this cold front.

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