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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
1054 AM CDT Tue Aug 15 2017

Calm conditions prevailed as high pressure gradually built into
the Badgerland. Morning clouds gave way to mostly clear skies for
the late afternoon and early evening. High temperatures on Monday
made it onto upper 60s in northern Wisconsin and the upper 70s in
southern Wisconsin. This morning`s lows fell into the upper 40s
in northern Wisconsin and the upper 50s in southern Wisconsin.
This morning, low clouds and patchy fog developed across much of
the state.

Dry, seasonal conditions are expected for the rest of today and
into tonight. In the early morning hours on Wednesday,
precipitation chances move into far western portions of the
state, gradually moving eastward through the day. Shower and
storms chances really blossom by Wednesday evening. While severe
weather doesn`t look particularly likely, locally heavy rain is
possible. This storm system will move out of the state on
Thursday, giving way to another stretch of pleasant weather.

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