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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
929 AM CST Sun Nov 19 2017


Light precipitation impacted mainly southern Wisconsin during the
morning hours on Saturday. As rain transitioned to snow, light
snow accumulations were observed across the south central and
southeast. Amounts were generally under 0.5 inches, with the snow
quickly melting thereafter. High temperatures ranged from the
lower 30s in the north, to the lower 40s in the southwest and
along Lake Michigan.


Quiet weather is anticipated over the next several days, with up
and down temperatures. After a chilly Sunday, warmer readings will
arrive by Monday, with highs climbing into the 40s statewide.
Another cool blast will arrive for Tuesday into Wednesday, before
temperatures begin moderating later in the week. There is a chance
for light snow across the north and northwest for Tuesday into
Wednesday, with only minor accumulations if any. Otherwise no
precipitation is forecast through Thursday.

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