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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
1214 PM CST Sat Nov 11 2017

.PAST 24 HOURS...

Yesterday was a cold winter-like day across Wisconsin with high
temperatures in the 20s to near 30 degrees. Temperatures didn`t
fall off much last night thanks to cloud cover and a southeasterly
breeze. Lows were near 20 across northern Wisconsin where there is
snow cover with 20s elsewhere. There were several more inches of
lake effect snow downwind of Lake Superior across northern
Wisconsin. Light lake effect snow also fell across southeastern
Wisconsin as well. Additional light snow fell across central
Wisconsin overnight associated with a weak storm system.

.FORECAST...

Today will be chilly but not as cold as the past two days with
high temperatures expected to rise into the 30s despite extensive
cloud cover across most of the state thanks to the continued
southerly breeze. Some spots in north central Wisconsin will
remain in the 20s. Another storm system will impact southern
Wisconsin late tonight into Sunday morning with a mix of rain and
snow. Light accumulations are possible. Lows are forecast to be in
the 20s north to near freezing in the south where precipitation
will be falling. Precipitation should end in far southeastern
Wisconsin around noon. High temperatures are expected to be in
the 30s to near 40 across southern Wisconsin.

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