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454 AM CDT SAT OCT 15 2016


Skies were mostly sunny across Wisconsin on Friday, on increasing
south winds. High temperatures were in the middle 50s to middle
60s across the state.


Low clouds gradually moved eastward across the region during the
overnight hours. In addition, more low clouds moved northward
toward the region.

South winds lingered, and kept mild temperatures in place over
the region. Temperatures so far ranged from the lower to middle
50s in eastern Wisconsin, to the lower 60s in western Wisconsin.


A cold front will slide eastward across the region today and
tonight, exiting by later Sunday morning. The front will bring
chances for showers and thunderstorms today across the northwest
half of Wisconsin.

Showers are likely and chances for thunderstorms are forecast for
tonight across the southeast half of Wisconsin, as well as
northeast Illinois. Areas of fog are expected across northern and
western Wisconsin later tonight as well. Mostly cloudy skies are

Highs today will range from the lower to middle 60s in northeast
Wisconsin, to the upper 60s across southern and west central
Wisconsin, as well as northern Illinois. Lows tonight will range
from the middle to upper 40s in northern Wisconsin, to the lower
60s in southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois.

The cold front will move back to the northeast as a warm front
Sunday night into Monday, with a cold front moving east into the
region Monday night. More chances for showers and thunderstorms
are forecast, with the best chances in northern Wisconsin. Warm
temperatures are forecast into early next week across the region.

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