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443 AM CDT WED SEP 28 2016


An area of low pressure situated over Lake Superior kept skies
cloudy across the Badgerland Tuesday, and supported rain showers
across the state. Rainfall amounts were light, up to two-tenths
of an inch.

High temperatures were slightly cooler than seasonal averages,
with persistent northwest winds. Highs ranged from the upper 40s
to lower 50s in northern Wisconsin, to the upper 50s to lower 60s
in southern Wisconsin.


A trough of low pressure remained over Lake Michigan. This
feature continued to bring cloudy skies statewide, along with rain
showers to the southern portions of the state. Temperatures
continued to be cool, with middle 40s to lower 50s across the


A trough of low pressure will slowly move southeast of the region
today and tonight. This feature will continue to bring cloudy
skies, along with scattered showers in eastern Wisconsin and
northeast Illinois. Sprinkles are expected elsewhere across the
region. Cool temperatures will continue. Highs today will be in
the upper 50s to middle 60s. Lows will be in the middle 40s to
upper 50s.

The trough of low pressure will stall to the southeast on
Thursday, then slide back to the northwest Thursday night into
Saturday. After quiet weather and some sunshine on Thursday, more
clouds and chances for showers are forecast for Thursday night
into Saturday, especially in eastern Wisconsin and northeast
Illinois. Temperatures will be near or just below seasonal

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