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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
523 AM CDT Mon Apr 24 2017


A cold front accelerated down Lake MI and pushed well inland during
the afternoon hours. Temperatures in the 60s to lower 70s over far
eastern WI abruptly cooled into the 40s with the frontal passage. In
far northern WI a mix of rain and snow showers occurred with
temperatures only in the 30s and 40s throughout the day.


Skies were mostly clear through the night save for some
occasional high clouds. This allowed for temperatures to drop into
30s across much of the state. Far southwestern Wisconsin was the
exception, where temperatures only fell into the upper 40s.


Warm and dry conditions will persist until a low pressure system
moves into the state on Tuesday. Low pressure will remain in the
vicinity of the state through Thursday, bringing showers on
Tuesday afternoon and evening, showers across the state Wednesday
along with possible thunderstorms in southern Wisconsin, and even
some wintry precipitation to northern Wisconsin on Thursday. After
brief period of quiet weather, another strong low pressure system
will move through the region toward the end of the weekend.

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