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949 PM CDT SAT JUL 23 2016


Thunderstorms are ending across much of the state late this evening,
but another band of storms will likely reach western Wisconsin after
midnight and cross the state overnight into Sunday morning. These
storms will likely continue until a cold front finally pushes them
east out of the state by Sunday afternoon.

Heat advisories are in effect for a portion of southern Wisconsin
for Sunday with one more day of high heat index values being
reached ahead of the cold front.

Lows tonight will only dip into the mid to upper 60s north with
muggy readings in the lower 70s south. Highs Sunday will range from
the lower to middle 80s in the northwest half of the state to the
upper 80s to lower 90s southeast.

Cooler air and high pressure filtering into the state on Monday will
bring very pleasant weather for the first part of next week with
mostly sunny skies and highs in the mid 80s. A more active pattern
will return on Wednesday, with rain and thunderstorm chances each
day into the weekend.

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