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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
227 PM CDT Sun Apr 16 2017


High pressure will be centered north of Lake Superior Monday,
before moving off to the east.

Low pressure is then expected to move across the Lake Superior
region Tuesday, bringing a band of showers, and perhaps a few
thunderstorms Tuesday and Tuesday night.

A cold front will stall across northern or central Illinois
Wednesday, before moving north toward Wisconsin. The front may
not reach much of southern Wisconsin, as low pressure exits the
central Plains and moves across far northern Illinois, bringing
rain and a few thunderstorms to much of the state Wednesday night
and into Thursday, with a rain snow mix possible far north.

Lows tonight will be in the 30s northeast, and lower to mid 40s

High temperatures Monday will range from the mid 40s far
northeast, to the mid and upper 60s far southwest, with cool
temperatures near Lake Michigan.

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