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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
339 PM CDT Tue Apr 18 2017

.FORECAST...

A band of showers will move across Wisconsin tonight, with the
passage of a cold front. High pressure will then move across
southern Canada Wednesday, as a stalled front across Illinois
begins to lift north, ahead of low pressure exiting the Central
plains.

The low will move across central Wisconsin Thursday morning,
lifting the warm front into southern Wisconsin. The low will
bring a wet period Later Wednesday through Thursday, before colder
air moves in.

Rain and thunderstorms will occur south, and rain, mixing with
snow far north.

High pressure will build into the Upper Mississippi Valley later
Thursday night and friday.

Lows tonight will range from the 30s north, to lower 50s far
south.

High temperatures Wednesday will range from the mid 40s far north,
to near 60 near the Illinois border.

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Hentz



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