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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
330 AM CDT Sun Oct 23 2016

.YESTERDAY...Beautiful fall weather could be found across all of
Wisconsin on Saturday. Around sunrise, skies were clear in western
Wisconsin and mostly cloudy in the eastern half of the state. Those
clouds quickly moved out of the state, and sunny skies dominated for
the rest of the day. Winds were light, and high temperatures managed
to reach into the mid 60s in southern and western Wisconsin, and the
mid 50s in northeastern Wisconsin.

Skies were mainly clear across the Badgerland during the overnight
hours. There was some patchy cloud cover from time to time in parts
of northern Wisconsin. Temperatures dropped off into the 30s to low

Low pressure will track from Minnesota to across southern Wisconsin
on Sunday with a trailing cold front. There is a chance of showers
across far northern Wisconsin today with northwest winds and cooling
temperatures taking hold this afternoon and tonight. Another large
high pressure area will then prevail on Monday with full sunshine
and seasonal temperatures. An unsettled period is then shaping up
for midweek as a low pressure system brings the likelihood of rain.

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