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AWUS83 KMKX 270944

444 AM CDT THU OCT 27 2016


Low pressure brought clouds and rain to the region, as it tracked
from eastern Iowa into northern Illinois. Rainfall amounts were
greatest across central and southern Wisconsin, where a widespread
1 to 3 inches was reported.

Under cloudy skies, temperatures were on the cool side. Afternoon
highs in the upper 30s north, to the mid 50s south. Winds were
southeasterly and gusty across the southern portion of the state.


The low pressure system moved east from northeast Illinois to
northwest Ohio. Any lingering rain showers diminished during the
overnight hours. However, parts of northeast Wisconsin had some
light showers linger. Cloudy skies were observed across the
region. Temperatures so far ranged from the mid 30s in northern
Wisconsin, to the lower 40s in southern Wisconsin.


High pressure will move southeast across the region today. Cloudy
skies will linger, with highs ranging from the middle 40s in north
central Wisconsin, to the upper 40s to around 50 elsewhere. The
high will exit the region tonight, with cool temperatures
expected. Lows will range from the middle 30s in northeast
Wisconsin, to the lower 40s in far western Wisconsin.

Low pressure moving northeast through the northern Plains Friday
will move into northern Lake Superior Friday night. Breezy south
winds are expected Friday, with warm temperatures. Mostly cloudy
skies are expected in northern Wisconsin, with partly cloudy skies

A cold front sagging southeast through the region Saturday into
Saturday night should bring more clouds, along with chances for
showers. Mild temperatures are expected to continue.

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