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AWUS83 KMKX 222041

341 PM CDT FRI JUL 22 2016


A few thunderstorms could clip far southwest Wisconsin this
evening. Otherwise, a dry and quiet night is expected. The south
will remain muggy with lows around 70, while northern Wisconsin
falls into the low to mid 60s overnight.

Very warm and humid conditions will overspread most of Wisconsin
on Saturday ahead of an approaching warm front and low pressure
system. High temperatures on Saturday will return to the middle
80s across the north to the lower 90s across the south. The
humidity will make it feel even warmer.

Several rounds of thunderstorms are expected across the state from
Saturday afternoon into Sunday. Some of the storms could deposit
heavy rainfall on parts of northern Wisconsin which has already
received recent heavy rains. A Flash Flood Watch has been issued
for parts of northwest Wisconsin for Saturday into Saturday night.

After a cold front passes through on Sunday, more seasonal and
less humid conditions will return for early next week.

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