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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
310 AM CDT SUN MAR 22 2015

.YESTERDAY...WEAK LOW PRESSURE MOVED ACROSS THE GREAT LAKES AS HIGH
PRESSURE PUSHED INTO THE UPPER MIDWEST. SKIES WERE CLEAR ACROSS THE
EASTERN AND SOUTHERN PARTS OF THE STATE. SOME LAKE EFFECT CLOUDS
MOVED ACROSS THE NORTHEAST IN THE MORNING AND OVERCAST CONDITIONS
DEVELOPED ACROSS PARTS OF THE WEST DURING THE AFTERNOON. HIGH
TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE 30S IN THE NORTH TO UPPER 40S ACROSS
THE SOUTH. WINDS WERE OUT OF THE NORTHWEST AND GUSTED TO AROUND 20
MILES PER HOUR.

.OVERNIGHT...SOME MID LEVEL CLOUDINESS SPREAD INTO THE BADGERLAND
DURING THE OVERNIGHT HOURS. TEMPERATURES DROPPED OFF INTO THE 20S TO
LOW 30S...WITH A FEW TEENS REPORTED IN PARTS OF THE NORTHEAST.

.FORECAST...LOW PRESSURE WILL PASS ACROSS SOUTHERN IOWA THROUGH
TONIGHT. THIS SYSTEM WILL BE CLOSE ENOUGH TO BRING ACCUMULATING SNOW
TO WESTERN AND PARTS OF SOUTHERN WISCONSIN. MOST AREAS WILL RECEIVE
BETWEEN 1 AND 3 INCHES OF SNOW...WITH SOME LOCAL AMOUNTS NEARING 4
INCHES WEST OF MADISON. THE SNOW MAY TRANSITION TO LIGHT FREEZING
RAIN OR DRIZZLE OVER SOUTHWEST WISCONSIN BEFORE MONDAY MORNING.

DRY AND COOL CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TO RETURN FOR MOST OF THE
STATE TUESDAY. THE EXCEPTION BEING IN THE FAR SOUTHWEST WHERE SOME
LIGHT RAIN MAY ARRIVE IN THE AFTERNOON AHEAD OF THE NEXT STORM
SYSTEM.

THIS STRONGER LOW WILL TAKE AIM ON WISCONSIN TUESDAY NIGHT BRINGING
A PERIOD OF RAIN TO THE SOUTH AND RAIN AND SNOW TO THE NORTH. THE
CHANCE FOR RAIN AND SNOW WILL CONTINUE ON WEDNESDAY.

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MARQUARDT/PC



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