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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
855 AM CST Fri Jan 12 2018


Much colder temperatures were observed across the area last night,
in the wake of a cold front that passed through the region during
the day on Thursday. Lows last night ranged from the single
digits below zero across northern Wisconsin, to the mid teens
across the south. A wintry mix of precipitation also fell across
the state on Thursday, with a few inches of snow accumulation
across parts of northern and western Wisconsin.


Below normal temperatures will continue into early next week, with
highs in the single digits across the north and teens south. Lows
will be below zero in many locations through the weekend.

The next chance for widespread snow will occur Sunday evening
through Monday morning, as a quick moving storm system brings a
few inches of snow to most of the state.

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