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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
325 AM CST TUE DEC 16 2014

.YESTERDAY...LOW PRESSURE TRACKED FROM THE CENTRAL PLAINS INTO IOWA
DURING THE DAY. AFTER A CLOUDY AND FOGGY START...MOISTURE ASSOCIATED
WITH THE LOW BROUGHT LIGHT RAIN SHOWERS TO SOUTHWESTERN WISCONSIN
DURING THE AFTERNOON...AND TO THE REMAINDER OF THE REGION DURING THE
EVENING HOURS. HIGH TEMPERATURES WERE AGAIN ON THE MILD
SIDE...RANGING FROM THE LOWER 40S IN NORTHEASTERN WISCONSIN TO THE
UPPER 40S IN SOUTHEASTERN WISCONSIN. WINDS WERE LIGHT AND
SOUTHEASTERLY.

.OVERNIGHT...AREAS OF RAIN AND FOG AFFECTED MUCH OF THE BADGERLAND
DURING THE OVERNIGHT HOURS. SOME OF THE FOG WAS DENSE ESPECIALLY
CLOSER TO LAKE MICHIGAN. A LITTLE BIT OF LIGHT SNOW MIXED IN ACROSS
PORTIONS OF NORTHWEST WISCONSIN. TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE UPPER
20S TO LOW 30S IN THE NORTHWEST TO THE LOWER 40S IN THE SOUTH.

.FORECAST... LOW PRESSURE WILL CONTINUE TO MOVE EAST FROM NORTHERN
ILLINOIS INTO THE EASTERN GREAT LAKES TODAY. AREAS OF RAIN AND FOG
WILL GRADUALLY TRANSITION TO SOME LIGHT SNOW AS COLDER AIR WRAPS IN
ON NORTHWEST WINDS BEHIND THE DEPARTING LOW.

SNOW WILL THEN CONTINUE IN THE LAKE SUPERIOR SNOW BELT THROUGH
WEDNESDAY WHERE SEVERAL INCHES OF SNOW WILL FALL. THE BRISK
NORTHWEST WINDS WILL CONTINUE TO USHER IN MUCH COOLER AND MORE
WINTER LIKE TEMPERATURES INTO TONIGHT.

POLAR HIGH PRESSURE WILL THEN PREVAIL OVER THE REGION FOR THE MIDDLE
AND END OF THE WEEK.

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