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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
420 PM CST Sat Dec. 3 2016

.FORECAST...

A trough of low pressure, oriented north/south, over the northern
Plains will move east toward Wisconsin tonight and into Wisconsin on
Sunday.  Snow, associated with this system, is expected to push into
western parts of the state late tonight, and continue spreading east
through the state on Sunday. A Winter Weather Advisory has been
posted for southern and central parts of the state for Sunday.
Snowfall accumulations in the advisory area should be mainly in the
2 inch to 4 inch range.  The snow is expected to end from west to
east Sunday afternoon and evening.

Little or no precipitation is expected next week with a downward
trend in temperatures.

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Hahn


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