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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
417 AM CST SUN FEB 14 2016

.YESTERDAY...

HIGH PRESSURE BROUGHT SUNNY BUT VERY COLD TEMPERATURES
TO WISCONSIN. THE DAY BEGAN WITH TEMPERATURES BELOW ZERO ACROSS NEARLY
ALL OF THE STATE. BREEZY NORTHWEST WINDS KEPT AFTERNOON HIGHS
BELOW 10 IN THE NORTH AND 15 IN THE SOUTH. THOSE WINDS ALSO MADE FOR
WINDS CHILLS IN THE -30 TO -20 RANGE IN THE MORNING AND KEPT WIND
CHILLS BELOW ZERO FOR MOST OF THE DAY.

.OVERNIGHT...

SKIES STARTED OFF MOSTLY CLEAR IN THE EVENING...WITH INCREASING
CLOUDS SOUTHWEST HALF MAINLY AFTER MIDNIGHT. AN AREA OF SNOWFALL
MOVED INTO THE FAR SOUTHWEST BY DAYBREAK. TEMPERATURES WERE VERY
CHILLY OVERNIGHT...WITH LOWS RANGING FROM 20 TO 25 BELOW NORTH-
CENTRAL...TO ZERO TO 5 ABOVE FAR SOUTHEAST.

.FORECAST...

LOW PRESSURE WILL BRING SNOW ACROSS MOST OF THE STATE TODAY AND TONIGHT.
CURRENT FORECAST TOTALS RANGE FROM AROUND HALF AN INCH FAR NORTH-
CENTRAL WISCONSIN...TO 2 TO 4 INCHES SOUTHWEST.

THERE COULD BE A LITTLE LIGHT SNOW AT TIMES MONDAY AND TUESDAY AS
A COUPLE OF WEAK SYSTEMS MOVE THROUGH...BUT IT SHOULD BE MAINLY
DRY EARLY IN THE WEEK. TEMPERATURES WILL RECOVER TO AROUND NORMAL
VALUES FOR THIS TIME PERIOD.

AFTER A COLDER DAY WEDNESDAY...MILDER TEMPERATURES WILL LIKELY
ARRIVE LATER IN THE WEEK.

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BSH/DDV


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