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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
450 AM CST Tue Jan 24 2017


Fog and overcast skies persisted across much of Wisconsin on Monday.
Fog improved during the day in many locations but redeveloped during
the evening. Winds were light and temperatures were mild for mid
January. Highs were in the upper 30s to lower 40s, 15 degrees above


Fog was prevalent across Wisconsin overnight due to light winds and
ample moisture. Fog became dense at several locations at times. Low
temperatures were in the lower to mid 30s.


Look for snow to spread into west central Wisconsin this afternoon
and overspread the state this evening. A rain/snow mix is expected
across far southern Wisconsin overnight into Wednesday morning, and
across central and southern parts during the afternoon.
Precipitation will change over to snow Wednesday evening as it
diminishes. There is a chance for freezing drizzle at times.

Highest snowfall amounts will be in west central Wisconsin.
Temperatures will continue to be mild through Wednesday. Highs today
will be in the upper 30s to around 40. Lows tonight will range from
around 29 northwest to 35 southeast.

Cooler air on brisk northwest winds will bring chances for light
snow showers from Thursday through the weekend.

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