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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
344 PM CST THU MAR 5 2015

ONE MORE NIGHT OF BELOW ZERO TEMPERATURES WILL OCCUR TONIGHT BEFORE
RELATIVELY MILDER AIR RETURNS TO THE STATE. SOUTHWEST WINDS WILL
PREVAIL ON FRIDAY INTO SATURDAY WITH TEMPERATURES RETURNING TO NEAR
NORMAL BY SATURDAY. THERE WILL BE CHANCES OF LIGHT SNOW IN NORTHERN
WISCONSIN AS THE MILDER AIR ARRIVES.

A WEAK LOW PRESSURE AREA APPROACHING FROM THE NORTHWEST WILL THEN
BRING MORE CHANCES OF LIGHT SNOW FOR SUNDAY. A LARGE SCALE PATTERN
CHANGE IN THE JET STREAM WILL THEN OCCUR WITH MUCH OF THE JET STREAM
SHIFTING NORTH INTO CANADA. THIS WILL RESULT IN SOUTHWEST SURFACE
WINDS FROM MONDAY THROUGH AT LEAST WEDNESDAY. MILD
SPRING LIKE TEMPERATURES AND MELTING SNOW WILL RESULT.

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