Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS
AWUS83 KMKX 301027
WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
427 AM CST Wed Nov 30 2016
A nearly stationary low pressure system continued to spin over
the Northern Plains. This resulted in cloudy skies across
northwestern Wisconsin, and sunny skies in southeastern
Wisconsin. Temperatures under the clouds stayed cool, where highs
only got into the middle 30s. In sunny southeastern Wisconsin,
highs reached into the upper 40s and lower 50s.
Low pressure remained nearly stationary over central Minnesota.
Low clouds lingered over most of northern and western Wisconsin,
with mostly clear skies elsewhere. Light rain showers and light
snow showers rotated slowly around the low across parts of
western Wisconsin. Temperatures so far ranged from the lower 30s
in northern and eastern Wisconsin, to the upper 30s in southwest
Low pressure will gradually move east across northern Wisconsin
today, then to the east tonight into Thursday. Scattered light
rain showers and light snow showers in western Wisconsin should
slowly spread east today, becoming mainly light rain showers this
afternoon in southwestern Wisconsin. Highs today will be close to
seasonal normals, in the upper 30s in western Wisconsin, to the
lower 40s near Lake Michigan.
Light rain showers and light snow showers are forecast this
evening, before becoming chances for light snow later tonight into
Thursday morning. Light snow showers are forecast in far north
central Wisconsin into early Thursday, with light snow
accumulations. Lows tonight will be in the lower to middle 30s.
The rest of the region should see light rain showers and light
snow showers gradually end on Thursday morning. Mostly cloudy
skies are then forecast into Friday night, as high pressure slides
eastward, to the south of the area.