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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
850 AM CST Tue Dec 5 2017


A very strong low pressure system moved through northwestern
Wisconsin and brought some dramatic weather to much of the
Badgerland. Strong southerly winds brought warm afternoon
temperatures across the state, and record high temperatures were
set across southern and eastern Wisconsin. By the evening, a cold
front began its march across the state resulting in showers and
storms as it swept across Wisconsin. Behind the front, there were
extremely gusty winds, with the peak winds reaching 60 mph in far
southeastern Wisconsin. Meanwhile, snow showers persisted across
far northwestern Wisconsin.


Blustery winds and much cooler temperatures are expected for
Tuesday, with some light snow possible in northern Wisconsin.
Beyond that, cold and mostly dry conditions can be expected
through much of the work week, save some snow showers in the Lake
Superior Snow Belt. Highs will be in the teens and 20s with lows
in the single digits and teens through the week. On Friday,
another low pressure system will move through, bringing a chance
for snow across much of Wisconsin.

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