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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
440 AM CDT THU OCT 16 2014

.YESTERDAY...

LOW PRESSURE SLOWLY DRIFTED EASTWARD ACROSS THE EASTERN CORN BELT
AND WEAKENED AS IT REACHED OHIO. SCATTERED LIGHT RAIN SHOWERS
IMPACTED THE EASTERN HALF OF THE STATE AND ALL BUT NORTHWEST
WISCONSIN REMAINED UNDER OVERCAST SKIES. NORTH WINDS GUSTED TO
AROUND 25 MILES PER HOUR. HIGH TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE MID 60S
IN THE WESTERN PART OF THE STATE TO LOWER 50S IN THE NORTHEAST.

.OVERNIGHT...

DRIZZLE AND A FEW SHOWERS LINGERED ACROSS EASTERN PORTIONS OF
WISCONSIN OVERNIGHT AS LOW PRESSURE IN THE REGION CONTINUED TO
MOVE SLOWLY EASTWARD. SKIES REMAINED MOSTLY CLOUDY ACROSS THE
EASTERN TWO-THIRDS OF THE STATE...WITH MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES IN THE
WEST. SOME FOG DEVELOPED LATER IN THE NIGHT IN MAINLY THE WESTERN
HALF OF WISCONSIN. LOW TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE LOW AND MID
30S NORTHWEST...TO THE MID AND UPPER 40S EAST.

.FORECAST...

DRY WEATHER WILL FINALLY RETURN TO ALL OF WISCONSIN TODAY...WITH
SMALL SHOWER CHANCES THEN FRIDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHT AS A WEAK WAVE
MOVES THROUGH.

PERSISTENT NORTHWEST FLOW SATURDAY INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK WILL
BRING NEAR TO BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES. IT WILL BE MAINLY DRY
THROUGH THIS PERIOD...EXCEPT FOR A CHANCE FOR SHOWERS SUNDAY INTO
SUNDAY NIGHT AS ANOTHER WAVE PUSHES THROUGH.

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