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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
517 AM CDT Sat Apr 22 2017


Cool and cloudy conditions on northerly winds started off the day
for much of the Badger State. Clouds decreased from the north and
west through the morning and over southeast Wisconsin in the
afternoon. The afternoon sunshine boosted high temperatures into the
50s to lower 60s with the coolest readings near the Great Lakes.


Skies continued to clear as high pressure settled over Wisconsin.
Winds were generally calm and temperatures fell into the 20s in
northern Wisconsin and the 30s in southern Wisconsin.


High pressure will dominate over the weekend, resulting in
gradually warming temperatures and sunny skies across the state
on Saturday. On Sunday, a cold front will push south out of Canada
and settle over northern Wisconsin. This will result in cloudy,
cool, and potentially wet conditions across the Northwoods, but
clear skies and warm temperatures will prevail across southern

Monday will be similar to Sunday, and then a period of unsettled
weather will then begin on Monday evening. A series of low
pressure systems will move through the badgerland, bringing off
and on rain chances Monday night through Wednesday, and then again
from Thursday night into the weekend.

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