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AWUS83 KMKX 190823

223 AM CST Thu Jan 19 2017


Skies started out cloudy in most of Wisconsin Wednesday morning but
skies cleared in much of northern and central Wisconsin as high
pressure was centered over Illinois.

It was another day of above normal temperatures...and they were well
above in northern Wisconsin where sunshine prevailed much of the
day. High temperatures Wednesday were mainly in the 30s and lower
40s.  The warm spot was 47 at Land O Lakes which is frequently the
cold spot in the winter months. High temperatures ranged down to 34
at several locations in southern Wisconsin where it was cloudy most
of the day.  The normal high temperatures for mid-January are in the

Winds were southwest to west and increased to 10 to 20 miles an hour
by afternoon.


Skies Wednesday evening were mostly clear in northern Wisconsin
and mostly cloudy in southern Wisconsin. Fog developed during the
evening hours, and became more widespread towards early morning.
The fog was locally dense in some areas. Early morning
temperatures were mostly in the upper 20s to lower 30s.


Mild and humid conditions will prevail for the remainder of the
week. Rain is expected for southern Wisconsin Thursday night into
Friday, with mixed precipitation over northern and central
Wisconsin. Small chances of rain will continue into the weekend
with mild temperatures continuing.

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