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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
934 AM CST Thu Feb 15 2018


Southerly winds and mostly clear skies allowed temperatures to
jump well above normal, with highs reaching into to 40s across the
state, and even breaching 50 in portions of central Wisconsin. Fog
and low clouds moved into southern Wisconsin on Wednesday evening,
and kept morning lows in the upper 30s. Temperatures were cooler
beneath the clear skies in central and northern Wisconsin, where
lows ranged from the low 30s to the low 20s.


A cold front is pushing through the state today, helping drop
temperatures back toward normal. The front won`t quite make it
though the state by sunset, so high temperatures will range from
the low 30s in northwest Wisconsin to around 40 in southern
Wisconsin. Lows Friday morning will plummet to the mid single
digits in NW WI and to around 20 in SE WI.

After a cool and clear conditions Friday and Friday Night, another
weak cold front will sweep through Wisconsin on Saturday, bringing
a shot of light snow to much of the state. More snow will move
into northern Wisconsin on Sunday afternoon, gradually spreading
across much of the rest of the state by Monday morning. Thanks to
warmer temperatures on Monday afternoon, the precipitation may
fall as rain in southern Wisconsin. Several inches of snow are
possible across much of the state from Sunday through early
Tuesday, though details at this point remain murky.

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