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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
300 AM CDT MON MAR 23 2015

.YESTERDAY...HIGH PRESSURE DOMINATED THE GREAT LAKES REGION WHILE
LOW PRESSURE MOVED FROM THE CENTRAL PLAINS INTO IOWA. AHEAD OF THE
LOW...CLOUDS PUSHED ACROSS CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN WISCONSIN WHILE
SKIES OVER THE NORTHEAST WERE CLEAR. DURING THE AFTERNOON LIGHT TO
MODERATE SNOW MOVED ACROSS SOUTHWEST WISCONSIN. BY EVENING 1 TO 4
INCHES HAD FALLEN ACROSS WESTERN AND SOUTHERN WISCONSIN. HIGH
TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE 30S...5 TO 10 DEGREES BELOW AVERAGE.

.OVERNIGHT...AREAS OF SNOW AFFECTED PORTIONS OF WESTERN AND SOUTHERN
WISCONSIN DURING THE OVERNIGHT HOURS. SOME AREAS SOUTHWEST OF
MADISON RECEIVED A FEW ADDITIONAL INCHES. THE STATE HAD CLOUDY SKIES
AND TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE 20S TO AROUND 30.

.FORECAST...LOW PRESSURE WILL CONTINUE TO MOVE SOUTH OF THE
BADGERLAND TODAY TAKING ANY LINGERING SNOW WITH IT AS THE MORNING
MOVES ALONG. MEANWHILE HIGH PRESSURE TO THE NORTH WILL RE-EXERT ITS
INFLUENCE ON THE ENTIRE STATE. THE HIGH WILL DOMINATE MUCH OF THE
STATE TUESDAY.

A STRONGER WEATHER SYSTEM WILL TAKE AIM ON WISCONSIN TUESDAY NIGHT
BRINGING A PERIOD OF RAIN TO THE SOUTH AND RAIN AND SNOW TO THE
NORTH. THE CHANCE FOR RAIN AND SNOW WILL CONTINUE ON WEDNESDAY.

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