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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
445 AM CDT THU SEP 22 2016

.YESTERDAY...

A warm front boundary moved into Wisconsin and stalled
Wednesday, bringing mostly cloudy skies and abundant precipitation to
parts of the state. Rainfall amounts ranged between one-hundredth of
an inch up to over two inches near the Madison and La Crosse areas.
High temperatures were once again above seasonal averages, ranging
between one and ten degrees above normal. High temperatures were in
the upper 60s into the 70s. Winds were variable directions between 5
and 20 miles per hour.

.OVERNIGHT...

Showers and thunderstorms moved through much of the state once
again overnight. Western portions of Wisconsin saw the most
rainfall, with multiple flood warnings issued. Skies were mostly
cloudy through the evening and overnight hours. Low temperatures
ranged from the low and mid 50s northwest, to the low and mid 60s
southwest.

.FORECAST...

Rounds of showers and thunderstorms will continue today, bringing
a threat of flooding to west, southwest, and central portions of
Wisconsin.

Showers and storms will linger Friday into early Saturday, with a
brief break in rain later Saturday and Saturday night under high
pressure.

More showers and storms are expected early next week ahead as low
pressure moves through the region.

Temperatures will be near to several degrees above normal through
this weekend, with cooler temperatures likely moving in during the
first part of next week.

High temperatures today will range from the low and mid 60s in
northwest Wisconsin, to the mid and upper 70s in the south.

Lows tonight will range from the upper 40s and low 50s in north-
central portions of the state, to the low and mid 60s southwest.

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JTS/DDV



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