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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
152 AM CST Sun Feb 19 2017

.YESTERDAY...

It was another mostly sunny and abnormally mild February day in
Wisconsin on Saturday.  Record high temperatures were set in
Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay, Appleton and Oshkosh.  The record
high temperature of 67 in Milwaukee missed tying the all-time
February high temperature record by 1 degree. The February record
high temperature in Milwaukee is 68 set on Feb. 11, 1999.

High temperatures Saturday ranged from 46 at Mosinee to 67 at
Milwaukee and Racine.  The normal high temperatures for this time of
year are in the upper 20s in northern Wisconsin to the lower 30s in
the south.

Winds were generally westerly 5 to 15 miles an hour.

.OVERNIGHT...

High clouds spread across portions of the state during the evening
and overnight. Skies ranged from partly cloudy to clear, with
early morning temperatures ranging from the lower 30s to the mid
40s.

.FORECAST...

Look for unseasonably mild temperatures to continue this week,
with record or near-record highs possible through Wednesday. Highs
during this period will be in the 50s to lower 60s, except cooler
near Lake Michigan.

Our next chance for precipitation will be on Monday afternoon into
Tuesday morning. The precipitation should fall as rain, given the
mild temperatures.

A strong storm system will bring a chance for rain or snow for
Thursday night into Friday. Temperatures will return to more
seasonal values for next weekend.

$$
Hahn/SPM



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