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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
510 AM CST SUN NOV 23 2014

.YESTERDAY...

THE COMBINATION OF HIGH PRESSURE EXITING THE REGION TO THE EAST
AND LOW PRESSURE ADVANCING FROM THE WEST RESULTED IN SOUTHWESTERLY
WINDS ACROSS THE AREA. THESE WINDS BROUGHT WARMER TEMPERATURES
WITH THEM...FINALLY BREAKING THE STRING OF FRIGID DAYS ACROSS THE
STATE. HIGHS REACHED INTO THE MID TO UPPER 30S IN NORTHERN
WISCONSIN AND TO NEARLY 50 IN SOUTHERN WISCONSIN. ALONG WITH THE
WARMER TEMPERATURES...MOST OF THE STATE SPENT THE DAY UNDER CLOUDY
SKIES WITH PATCHY FOG...OCCASIONAL DRIZZLE...AND ISOLATED SHOWERS.

.OVERNIGHT...

SKIES WERE CLOUDY OVERNIGHT...WITH AREAS OF DRIZZLE AT
TIMES...PARTICULARLY IN CENTRAL AND NORTHERN AREAS. AREAS OF FOG
PERSISTED IN MANY LOCATIONS...ESPECIALLY NORTH WHERE IT WAS DENSE
OVER A LARGE AREA. LOW TEMPERATURES WERE ABOVE NORMAL
VALUES...RANGING FROM THE LOW AND MID 30S NORTH...TO THE LOW AND
MID 40S SOUTH.

.FORECAST...

WIDESPREAD RAINFALL IS EXPECTED TODAY AND TONIGHT AS DEEPENING
LOW PRESSURE MOVES THROUGH THE AREA. THE RAIN WILL LIKELY
TRANSITION TO SNOW LATER TONIGHT INTO MONDAY...WITH SOME
ACCUMULATIONS POSSIBLE. THE SNOW WILL LINGER INTO MONDAY NIGHT.

DRY WEATHER SHOULD RETURN FOR MUCH OF TUESDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE
SLIDES BY TO THE SOUTH. THERE WILL BE A CHANCE FOR SNOW THEN
WEDNESDAY AND WEDNESDAY NIGHT...WITH DRY WEATHER LIKELY RETURNING
ON THANKSGIVING.

TEMPERATURES WILL REMAIN MILD TODAY...BUT BELOW NORMAL
TEMPERATURES ARE THEN EXPECTED THROUGH THE UPCOMING WEEK.

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BSH/DDV


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