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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
325 PM CDT Wed Apr 19 2017

A strong low exiting Iowa, will reach Central Wisconsin around
sunrise Thursday morning, and will bring showers and possibly
strong thunderstorms to southern and central Wisconsin tonight.
The heaviest rainfall should be across central and northern
Wisconsin. Over far northern Wisconsin the rain may mix with snow
late tonight and into Thursday night as the low moves off into
southern canada.

Dry weather is then expected for most of the state over the
weekend as high pressure moves across the Great Lakes. A weak
front may bring some showers to the far north late Saturday night.

Lows tonight should range from the mid 30s over far northern
Wisconsin, to the lower 50s far southwest.

Highs Thursday should range from the lower to mid 60s far
southeast, to the upper 30s far north.

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