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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
315 PM CDT Mon Mar 27 2017


Cloudy skies will give way to gradual clearing tonight over
northern Wisconsin and on Tuesday across the south. Low
temperatures tonight will range from the middle 20s in the far
north to the upper 30s in the south. Highs on Tuesday will be mostly
in the low to mid 50s inland, and in the 40s close to Lakes
Michigan and Superior.

The quiet, dry conditions will last into Wednesday, however the
clouds will return ahead of the next weather system that will
affect our area for mid-week.

Areas of light rain and snow will spread into southern and central
Wisconsin Wednesday night and then transition to mostly rain on
Thursday. Minor accumulations of wet snow will be possible
by Thursday morning in central Wisconsin. The precipitation from
this system will wind down Thursday night into early Friday, but
may transition back to light snow in some areas before ending.
Then dry conditions are expected over the weekend, for the first
days of April.

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