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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
931 AM CST Sat Nov 18 2017


Rain showers developed across the state during the day, with some
light snow accumulations in the far northwest. There were even a
few thunderstorms in the southeast during the evening. Rain
amounts were mostly on the light side, although a few areas picked
up more than one half inch where the thunderstorms occurred.
Temperatures were fairly seasonal, with highs ranging from the
lower 30s north to the lower 40s in the southeast.


A rain-snow mix will end across southeast Wisconsin by early
afternoon, with some lingering light snow showers occurring across
far northern areas into this evening. Mostly cloudy skies will
prevail, with slow clearing possible across western areas by this
evening. Highs will be mostly in the 30s, with lows tonight
dropping into the teens north and 20s south. Colder temperatures
will prevail into Sunday, with milder readings on Monday. Another
cold blast arrives by Tuesday into Wednesday, before warmer
readings arrive to end the work week.

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