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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
252 AM CDT Fri Apr 21 2017

A trough of low pressure moved slowly eastward across the region.
Widespread low clouds were observed across Wisconsin, with some
breaks in the clouds toward sunset in far western Wisconsin.
Scattered rain showers were observed across northern Wisconsin in
the morning, with drizzle in the afternoon. More showers developed
in the afternoon across central and east central Wisconsin. Some
fog was noted over northern Wisconsin as well.

Gusty west winds occurred over southern Wisconsin, with winds
becoming northwest in the afternoon across northern Wisconsin.
High temperatures ranged from the upper 30s to lower 40s in far
northern Wisconsin, to the middle to upper 60s in far southeast

There was a good deal of lingering cloud cover across the
Badgerland though the west saw more breaks than the east. There
were patches of light rain and drizzle and even some flakes in
parts of the north. Temperatures dropped off into the 30s to low
40s in the north with mainly 40s in the south.

A few showers could clip the north Saturday night into Sunday
morning, but otherwise high pressure will bring dry weather today
through the weekend. The southwest will see the warmest
temperatures as readings rise above normal.

Rounds of wet weather are expected to return later Monday through
much of the upcoming week as multiple low pressure systems move
through the region.

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