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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
1021 PM CDT Fri Sep 22 2017


Summary of Wisconsin weather conditions Thursday and Thursday

It was another very warm day in Wisconsin on Thursday under partly
sunny skies and light winds.  High temperatures Thursday were in the
upper 60s in extreme northwest Wisconsin to the lower 90s in parts
of the south. The high temperature range was 65 at Superior to 93 at
Burlington. A record high temperature for the day of 91 was set in
Madison breaking the old record of 89 set in 1908. The normal high
temperatures for this time of year are mainly in the 60s.

Under mostly clear skies, temperatures Thursday night were well
above normal with southerly winds. Low temperatures were mainly in
the 60s, ranging from 55 at Ashland to 74 at Osceola and Prairie
Du Chien. The normal low temperatures for this time of year are
mainly in the 40s. Record high minimum temperatures were set at
Milwaukee and Madison.


A continuation of the unseasonably very warm and humid weather is
expected to continue through Saturday with no precipitation. Lows
tonight will be mainly in the 60s. High temperatures Saturday
will be once again will be in the upper 80s to lower 90s, with
humid conditions, light southerly winds and mostly sunny skies.

A transition to cooler weather is not expected until about Tuesday
of next week.


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