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AWUS83 KMKX 132118

318 PM CST Fri Jan 13 2017


A passing weak low pressure area may bring a little light snow or
flurries to parts of southern Wisconsin late this afternoon and
evening. Otherwise, a large area of high pressure will result in
dry weather through most of the weekend. Temperatures will also
warm closer to seasonal normals for mid-January.

Low temperatures tonight across Wisconsin will fall to around 5
below zero over the far north but remain in the 10 to 15 degree
range across the far south. Highs on Saturday will rise into the
upper teens across northern Wisconsin to around 30 in the far

After a dry weekend, low pressure developing in the southern
Plains will track toward and Upper Midwest and will bring a
return of wintery weather to Wisconsin beginning Sunday night and
continuing into Tuesday. There remains considerable uncertainty
regarding the exact track of this system and the resulting type of
winter weather it will bring to the state.

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