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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
300 AM CDT Thu Mar 23 2017

Seasonably cool conditions prevailed across the badger state under
sunny skies.  High temperatures ranged from the low 30s near Lake
Michigan on into the low 40s in southwest Wisconsin near the
Mississippi River.

Mid and high level clouds increased across the Badgerland during the
overnight hours. A few flurries were observed in the northwest.
Temperatures dropped off into the 20s to low 30s.

A slow moving low pressure system will drift out of the southwest
U.S. by tonight, tracking from Missouri to northern Indiana this

Southerly winds ahead of the low will bring warmer temperatures and
increasing moisture to the Badgerland over the next few days. Rain
chances along with a few thunderstorms will spread across the state
today into this evening.

Temperatures hovering close to freezing tonight should result in
some freezing rain over northern Wisconsin.

Then look for generally wet conditions on and off Friday through
Sunday as the low pressure system passes by to the south. A wintry
mix may be found over northern Wisconsin during the overnight hours.

Temperatures are expected to be within a few degrees of normal for
late in the week and over the weekend, aside from above normal
conditions in the south on Friday.

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