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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
352 PM CST SAT NOV 22 2014

SOUTHERLY WINDS WILL CONTINUE TONIGHT AND INTO SUNDAY BRINGING MORE
FOG...DRIZZLE...AND RAIN. STRONG LOW PRESSURE WILL THEN TRACK NORTH
ALONG LAKE MICHIGAN SUNDAY NIGHT AND INTO CANADA FOR MONDAY. THE
RAIN WILL CONTINUE SUNDAY NIGHT WITH THE RAIN CHANGING TO SNOW OVER
WESTERN WISCONSIN EARLY MONDAY MORNING.  THE RAIN WILL CONTINUE TO
CHANGE TO SNOW ON MONDAY WITH LIGHT SNOW CONTINUING MONDAY NIGHT.
SOME SNOW ACCUMULATION IS EXPECTED STATEWIDE WITH THE HEAVIEST
AMOUNTS OVER NORTHEAST WISCONSIN AND THE LAKE SUPERIOR SNOW BELT.
VERY COLD TEMPERATURES WILL THEN PREVAIL THE REMAINDER OF THE WEEK
WITH MORE LIGHT SNOW EXPECTED FOR WEDNESDAY OR THURSDAY.


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