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427 AM CDT THU AUG 25 2016


A trough of low pressure moved through Wisconsin Wednesday, bringing
partly to mostly cloudy skies and rainfall across the state.
Rainfall amounts were highest in the southwestern part of the state,
where just under four inches of rainfall was observed near Boscobel.
High temperatures were up to 10 degrees above daily averages across
Wisconsin, as temperatures ranged from the mid to upper 70s in the
north to the lower to mid 80s south. Winds were mainly from the west
between 5 and 15 miles per hour.


Showers and thunderstorms moved through southern portions of
Wisconsin in the evening and overnight as a cold front slowly
sagged southward. Skies were mostly cloudy across much of the
state, except for mostly clear skies in the northwest. Low
temperatures ranged from the mid and upper 50s northwest, to the
upper 60s southeast.


After showers and thunderstorms exit the southeast this morning,
it should be a dry day across Wisconsin. The dry weather will
continue tonight and Friday under high pressure.

More showers and storms are then expected Friday evening through
Saturday night as another low pressure system moves through the

High pressure should bring mainly dry weather for the first part
of next week, though a few showers and storms are not out of the
question at times.

Near normal temperatures today will be a little cooler Friday and
Saturday, but then will warm back up early next week.

High temperatures today will range from the mid 70s in northwest
Wisconsin, to the low 80s in the east.

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

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