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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
503 AM CST THU FEB 4 2016

.YESTERDAY...

LOW PRESSURE PULLING AWAY FROM THE AREA BROUGHT A LITTLE LIGHT SNOW
TO THE STATE DURING THE MORNING AND AFTERNOON. AMOUNTS WERE
GENERALLY LIGHT...ALTHOUGH A FEW LOCATIONS PICKED UP ONE TO TWO
INCHES. NORTHWESTERLY WINDS USHERED COLDER AIR INTO WISCONSIN WITH
AFTERNOON HIGHS RANGING FROM AROUND 20 IN THE NORTHWEST TO THE LOWER
30S SOUTHEAST.

.OVERNIGHT...

FLURRIES LINGERED NORTH AND EAST MUCH OF THE NIGHT...WITH LIGHT
SNOW MOVING INTO THE NORTHWEST BY DAYBREAK. SKIES REMAINED MOSTLY
CLOUDY EAST THROUGH THE NIGHT...WITH SKIES TURNING MOSTLY CLEAR IN
THE WEST. LOW TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM ZERO TO 10 BELOW NORTHWEST
AWAY FROM LAKE MICHIGAN...TO THE MID AND UPPER TEENS FAR EAST.

.FORECAST...

THERE WILL BE A CHANCE FOR LIGHT SNOW MOST PLACES TODAY...EXCEPT
FOR IN THE FAR SOUTH. HIGH PRESSURE WILL THEN BRING DRY WEATHER TO
THE STATE THROUGH EARLY FRIDAY AFTERNOON...WITH ANOTHER ROUND OF
LIGHT SNOW LATER FRIDAY AFTERNOON AND THROUGH THE NIGHT. ANY
ACCUMULATIONS TODAY AND FRIDAY WILL BE LIGHT.

AFTER MAINLY DRY WEATHER DURING THE DAY SATURDAY...A SERIES OF LOW
PRESSURE SYSTEMS WILL BRING MORE CHANCES FOR LIGHT SNOW FROM
SATURDAY NIGHT INTO AT LEAST EARLY TUESDAY.

HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL BE WITHIN A COUPLE DEGREES OF NORMAL TODAY
AND FRIDAY. TEMPERATURES WILL THEN WARM TO A BIT ABOVE NORMAL FOR
THE WEEKEND...THEN LIKELY FALL BACK BELOW NORMAL EARLY NEXT WEEK.

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