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Wisconsin Weather Summary...UPDATED
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
927 AM CST Thu Jan 11 2018


Very mild temperatures were observed across the state on
Wednesday, with many locations warming well into the 40s, with
some parts of southern Wisconsin reaching the low 50s. Clouds and
fog were widespread across the state, with areas of drizzle and
light rain also affecting some areas.


A very strong cold front will continue to sweep across the state
from west to east today, bringing much colder temperatures and
wintry precipitation to much of the region. Snow is expected today
across northwestern Wisconsin, with a wintry mix expected further
south and east.

By tonight, temperatures are expected to fall below zero across
the northern parts of Wisconsin, with readings in the teens and
single digits across the south. Below average temperatures will
persist through the weekend, with highs Friday and Saturday only
reaching the single digits and teens. Light to moderate snow is
possible across much of the state on Sunday night.

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