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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
923 AM CST Wed Nov 15 2017


A low pressure system approached Wisconsin on Tuesday, bringing
cloudy skies, southerly winds, and high temperatures ranging from
the upper 30s in northeastern Wisconsin to the mid 40s in southern
Wisconsin. On Tuesday night, the low moved through the state. This
resulted in widespread light rain across much of the Badgerland.
There were scattered areas of heavier rain, and in southern
Wisconsin, there were even a few thunderstorms. A cold front
pushed into western Wisconsin in the overnight hours, swinging
winds around to the northwest and dropping temperatures.


The cold front will continue sweep across the state, resulting in
breezy northwest winds and gradually dropping temperatures through
the day. High temperatures have already occurred across much of
the state, with northern Wisconsin in the upper 30s and southern
Wisconsin in the upper 40s. A mix of rain and snow will linger
through the day in northern Wisconsin, but the rest of the state
will be dry.

After a cool and quiet day on Thursday, another low pressure
system will move through the region on Friday. This will result in
more rain across the state, with some snow mixed in in northern
Wisconsin. Rain should begin Friday morning, lasting on and off into
Saturday morning.

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