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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
333 AM CDT Tue Mar 28 2017


Cloudy skies persisted across much of the state as low pressure
passed to the south of Wisconsin. Winds were generally out of the
north and temperatures were cool. Highs ranged from the low 40 in
northeastern Wisconsin to near 50 in southern Wisconsin. In
northwestern Wisconsin, the skies began to clear out a few hours
before sunset, allowing highs to reach into the low 50s.


Clearing skies continued to work into northern and central
Wisconsin, while southern Wisconsin remained overcast. Beneath the
clear skies in the north, low temperatures dropped well into the
20s, while the clouds in the south kept lows in the upper 30s and
low 40s.


High pressure will bring quiet days on Tuesday and Wednesday,
with continued clearing skies Tuesday and seasonal temperatures.
Then on Wednesday afternoon, a low pressure system will push
toward Wisconsin. This will bring rain to southern Wisconsin
beginning on Wednesday night, rain and snow to southern Wisconsin
and snow central Wisconsin on Thursday morning, before
transitioning to all rain across the state by Thursday afternoon.

High pressure will move back in for the end of the week, bringing
clearing skies and seasonal temperatures before yet another low
pressure system brings back rain chances for the beginning of
next week.

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