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443 AM CDT SUN OCT 16 2016


Southerly winds brought mild conditions to the Badgerland, ahead
of an approaching cold front. The cold front struggled to get much
farther south than northern Wisconsin, but the associated low
pressure system brought clouds to much of the state. Isolated to
scattered showers moved in during the afternoon and evening.

High temperatures managed to reach into the lower 60s in northern
Wisconsin, and the upper 60s in southern and western Wisconsin.


The cold front moved slightly further to the southeast across the
region. Showers and thunderstorms moved northeast through mainly
south central and southeast Wisconsin. Cloudy skies lingered over
the southeast half of Wisconsin, with some breaks in the clouds to
the northwest. Areas of fog developed across northern and western
Wisconsin, with patchy fog elsewhere.

Temperatures so far ranged from the middle to upper 30s in
northwest Wisconsin, to the mid 60s in southern Wisconsin.


The cold front will move out of the region today. Mostly cloudy
skies will linger over southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois,
with increasing clouds to the north. Highs today will range from
the middle to upper 60s in northern and eastern Wisconsin, to the
lower 70s in southwest Wisconsin.

A warm front will move northeast through the region tonight,
lingering in far northern Wisconsin on Monday. Showers and
thunderstorms are expected to develop by later tonight in northern
Wisconsin, with chances for showers and thunderstorms to the
south. Lows tonight will range from the lower to middle 50s in
northern Wisconsin, to the lower to middle 60s in southern
Wisconsin and northern Illinois. Warm temperatures are expected
on Monday.

Low pressure will then move northeast through the region Monday
night, with a cold front moving eastward. Showers and
thunderstorms should continue in northern Wisconsin, with lower
chances to the south. Quiet weather and mild temperatures are
expected Tuesday.

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