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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
235 AM CST Sat Jan 14 2017

Skies in southern Wisconsin Friday were cloudy with scattered light
snow and flurries.  Meanwhile, skies were partly sunny in the north
part of the state.

After a very cold night with temperatures as low as -27 in parts of
northern Wisconsin, temperatures recovered Friday to a range of 1 at
Antigo and Cumberland to 22 at Racine.  The normal high temperatures
for this time of year are in the 20s.

Winds started out northerly 5 to 15 miles an hour Friday morning but
diminished to light and variable as high pressure moved east over
the state.

It was mostly cloudy across the Badgerland during the overnight
hours. However some clearing did work into parts of the west later
in the night. Temperatures dropped off into the single digits and

A large area of high pressure will result in dry weather through the
weekend. Temperatures will also warm closer to seasonal normals for

After a dry weekend, low pressure developing in the southern Plains
will track toward and Upper Midwest and will bring a return of
wintery weather to Wisconsin beginning Sunday night and continuing
into Tuesday. At this time it looks like a period of mixed
precipitation will affect central and southern Wisconsin with snow
more likely across the north. As warmer gets pulled into the system
portions of the south will see the mix change to rain Monday
afternoon into Tuesday.

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