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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
915 AM CST Mon Dec 4 2017


Sunday was a pleasant day across Wisconsin with increasing clouds
and light southerly winds. High temperatures ranged from the mid
40s north to the mid 50s near the Illinois border. An approaching
low pressure system brought scattered showers and a few
thunderstorms to much of the state overnight as south winds ramped
up. Low temperatures were in the mid 30s northeast and the mid 40s


A strong low pressure system will track through northwest
Wisconsin late this afternoon. Very strong south winds with gusts
up to 45 mph are expected this afternoon and early evening. Winds
will shift to the west behind the cold front crossing the state
overnight. High temperatures today will range from around 50
north to 60 south.

A period of heavy snow will develop over northwest Wisconsin this
evening. The snow and wind will create low visibility and
hazardous travel.

Low temperatures tonight will be in the teens northwest and upper
20s southeast. Much colder air will settle into the region for
the middle of the week.


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