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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
333 PM CDT SUN APR 24 2016

THE COMBINATION OF A WARM FRONT CUTTING ACROSS WISCONSIN AND THE
APPROACH OF ITS PARENT LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL RESULT IN RAIN
CHANCES INCREASING ACROSS THE WESTERN GREAT LAKES TONIGHT INTO
MONDAY. THUNDERSTORM CHANCES WILL ALSO INCREASE OVER THE SOUTHERN
HALF OF WISCONSIN ON MONDAY AS A NARROW AXIS OF WARMER AND MORE
MOIST AIR FLOWS INTO THE AREA JUST AHEAD OF THE LOW PRESSURE
SYSTEM.

THE LOW WILL EXIT EAST MONDAY NIGHT...BRINGING AN END TO THE RAIN
OVERNIGHT. TUESDAY LOOKS DRY BUT A NORTHEAST WIND WILL PULL IN
MUCH COOLER TEMPERATURES.

THE WEEK AHEAD LOOKS RATHER COOL WITH RAIN THREATENING AT TIMES. LOW
PRESSURE PASSING BY TO THE SOUTH WILL BRING RAIN CHANCES TO ALL
BUT FAR NORTHEAST WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. FRIDAY LOOKS
DRY WITH MORE RAIN CHANCES FOR THE WEEKEND.

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