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AWUS83 KMKX 040947

347 AM CST Sun Dec 4 2016


Skies on Saturday were cloudy once again across all of Wisconsin.
There were a few snow flurries.

Due to the extensive clouds, temperatures did not rise much from
overnight lows...only a few degrees in most areas. High temperatures
were mainly in the lower 30s which is about normal for this time of
year.  The range of high temperatures was 28 at Phillips to 36 at
Sturgeon Bay, Janesville, and Boscobel.

With weak high pressure nearby, winds were variable in direction
mainly 5 to 10 miles an hour.  Winds trended to southerly late in
the day as a trough of low pressure approached from the west.


Mostly cloudy skies continued overnight in advance of approaching
low pressure. The low brought light snow accumulations to western
portions of the state by daybreak. Winds were generally light
overnight, with low temperatures ranging from the middle 20s in
north-central Wisconsin, to the upper 20s and low 30s south.


Low pressure will move through Wisconsin today, bringing
accumulating snowfall across the state. Storm totals are
currently forecast to range from 1 to 2 inches in the northwest
to 3 to 5 inches southwest.

It looks mainly dry then from Monday through much of the upcoming
week, though a weak system or two may bring a little snow to
portions of the state at times. The coldest temperatures of the
season thus far are expected to arrive for the second half of the

High temperatures today will be in the low to mid 30s across

Lows tonight will mainly be in the mid to upper 20s.

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