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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
430 AM CDT Fri May 27 2016


Southwest flow continued across the state maintaining the warm and
humid weather. A line of rain and thunderstorms moved across
Wisconsin in the morning. Then most areas saw some sun for the
afternoon. High temperatures were in the mid to upper 70s across the
north and lower 80s across the south. These highs were 10 to 15
degrees above average.


The weather was quiet across Wisconsin overnight with a break
between rounds of showers and thunderstorms. Winds were light, which
led to areas of fog. Some dense fog developed in north central
Wisconsin overnight. Low temperatures range from the 50s north to
the lower 60s south.


A steady feed of moisture ahead of low pressure tracking through the
Plains will lead to numerous showers and thunderstorms across
Wisconsin through Saturday night. Right now there is no organized
threat of severe weather, but isolated strong storms can produce
gusty winds and small hail. If you have outdoor plans this weekend,
remember to take shelter from lightning in a vehicle or indoors
during thunderstorms.

The persistent warm and humid conditions will continue to bring
small chances of thunderstorms through the rest of the Memorial Day
weekend. Temperatures will remain warm, with highs in the 70s north
to around 80 south. Lows will be in the 50s north and 60s south.

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