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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
330 AM CDT Thu May 18 2017

There were several rounds of showers and thunderstorms that affected
the Badgerland. Highs were in the 60s in the north with low to mid
80s in the south.

Periods of thunderstorms affected the Badgerland through about
midnight. There was some severe weather especially in the south and
east. Temperatures dropped off into the 50s to low 60s with a some
40s in the far northwest.

Low pressure across the state will slowly shift east and this will
drag a cold front southeast through Wisconsin. There will be some
showers around today. Temperatures will fall as north winds kick in
behind the departing low.

High pressure will briefly settle across the area tonight into part
of Friday. Overall the weekend looks wet and unsettled as another
low pressure system is expected to move through the Great Lakes.

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