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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
1046 AM CST Tue Feb 20 2018


Low pressure moved northeast toward the region Monday into Monday
night. The low brought accumulating snow to northern Wisconsin
Monday, with rain and a few thunderstorms across southern
Wisconsin. There was some mixed precipitation, including freezing
rain, in parts of central Wisconsin as well. Highs ranged from
the upper 20s to lower 30s in northern Wisconsin, with middle 30s
to middle 40s in southern Wisconsin.

Rain continued in southern Wisconsin Monday night, with some
thunderstorms. Heavy rain caused flooding of low lying areas and
roads. Freezing rain was observed in parts of central and east
central Wisconsin, which caused glazing of roads. The rest of the
state saw a break in the precipitation. Lows overnight ranged from
the teens to lower 20s in northern Wisconsin, to the middle 20s
to middle 30s in southern Wisconsin. Temperatures remained in the
50s overnight in far southeast Wisconsin.


Low pressure will move northeast of the region into tonight.
Another round of rain is expected across southern and east central
Wisconsin into this afternoon and evening, with some freezing
rain or drizzle in parts of central and east central Wisconsin.
More flooding issues may result from the additional rainfall in
southern Wisconsin. The rain may linger into tonight in far
southeast Wisconsin.

Otherwise, quiet weather and colder temperatures are expected
tonight into Wednesday night across the state. Another round of
precipitation is forecast for Thursday into Friday across the
state. Snow is likely across northern and central Wisconsin
Thursday night, with freezing rain and sleet possible across
southern Wisconsin. This may linger into Friday morning for a
time, before ending by afternoon. This system will cause travel
impacts across the region.

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