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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
320 AM CDT Sat Oct 22 2016

.YESTERDAY...Typical fall weather could be found across the
Badgerland on Friday. Mostly cloudy skies persisted across eastern
Wisconsin throughout the day while there was a little more sun to be
found out west. Winds throughout the state were mostly light and out
of the north, and high temperatures ranged from the low 50s in
western and far southern Wisconsin to the mid 40s in northeastern

.OVERNIGHT...Middle and high level cloudiness spread across the
state during the overnight hours. Temperatures dropped off into the
30s to low 40s. Readings were a bit warmer in the northwest part of
the state where a southerly flow stated to take shape. Readings
there were in the upper 30s to lower 40s.

.FORECAST...A ridge of high pressure will slowly move east of
the Badgerland today. Southwest winds will develop this afternoon
and continue in southern Wisconsin into Sunday as low pressure and a
cold front approaches from the west. Thus temperatures will warm
this weekend especially over the southern half of the state.

A dry cold front will then sweep across the state on Sunday reaching
southeast Wisconsin by the middle of the afternoon. Northwest winds
and cooling temperatures will prevail into Sunday night. Another
large high pressure area will then prevail on Monday with full
sunshine and seasonal temperatures.

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