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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
240 AM CDT Fri May 19 2017

Rain showers gradually diminished across northern Wisconsin Thursday
morning. Isolated showers lingered over the state as low pressure
exited the region.

Cooler air on gusty northerly winds spread south across the state in
the wake of that system. High temperatures ranged from the lower 40s
north central to the lower 70s southeast.

Low clouds lingered across southern Wisconsin through the night due
to cooler air on brisk northeast winds in the wake of a departing
system. Higher clouds spread across much of the state overnight as
low pressure approached from the Plains. Low temperatures ranged
from the upper 20s to mid 30s north to the low to mid 40s south. It
was cold enough with lighter winds for frost to develop across
portions of northern Wisconsin.

Another large low pressure area will track from the southern Great
Plains to northwest Wisconsin or northeast Minnesota for the
weekend. Rain will develop in the south today and spread to the
entire state for Saturday. Thunderstorms will be possible over
portions of central and southern Wisconsin. Below normal
temperatures are expected with the cloudy and rainy conditions.
Cool and showery conditions will linger for Sunday especially across
northern Wisconsin.

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