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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
348 PM CDT SAT APR 12 2014

A WARM FRONT ACROSS SOUTHERN WISCONSIN WILL BECOME STATIONARY
THIS EVENING BEFORE SAGGING SOUTHEAST INTO NORTHERN ILLINOIS ON
SUNDAY. THE FRONT WILL BE THE FOCUS OF THUNDERSTORMS TONIGHT. SOME
OF THE STORMS COULD PRODUCE HAIL THIS EVENING AND HEAVY RAINS
LATER TONIGHT. THERE WILL BE A LARGE RANGE OF TEMPERATURES ACROSS
THE FRONT.

LOW PRESSURE IS THEN EXPECTED TO MOVE NORTHEAST ALONG THE FRONT
AND REACH NORTHERN ILLINOIS SUNDAY NIGHT AND INTO LOWER MICHIGAN
EARLY MONDAY MORNING.

THE LOW WILL BRING ANOTHER ROUND OF MODERATE TO HEAVY RAINFALL TO
SOUTHERN WISCONSIN SUNDAY AFTERNOON AND SUNDAY NIGHT. THE RAIN
WILL LIKELY CHANGE TO SNOW LATE SUNDAY NIGHT AND THEN LINGER INTO
MONDAY MORNING. SNOW ACCUMULATIONS ARE EXPECTED TO BE LIGHT.

TOTAL RAIN ACCUMULATIONS WILL RANGE FROM AROUND A HALF INCH
ACROSS NORTHWEST WISCONSIN...TO 2 TO 3 INCHES IN THE SOUTHEAST.

WEAK HIGH PRESSURE WILL MOVE ACROSS WISCONSIN TUESDAY WITH SOUTH
WINDS RETURNING WEDNESDAY AHEAD OF LOW PRESSURE OVER THE CENTRAL
PLAINS.

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