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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
349 AM CDT Fri Apr 28 2017


Rain over eastern Wisconsin and Snow over north central and
portions of south central Wisconsin tapered off from south to
north through the afternoon. Clouds hung around through the day.
High temperatures ranged from the mid 30s north to the upper 40s
southeast near Lake Michigan. Winds were brisk and generally out
of the west.


Skies began to clear across far southern and western Wisconsin
overnight. Brisk westerly winds and clouds remained intact
elsewhere. There were also some flurries and sprinkles across the
north half of the state. Low temperatures ranged from the upper
20s north to the upper 30s southeast near Lake Michigan. These
temperatures led to frost in portions of southwest and south
central Wisconsin.


Cool and wet weather will continue through Monday. A round of
light rain will impact the southern half of the state this
afternoon and tonight. Then rain is expected for the south half
again Saturday afternoon through Sunday, with some light snow
across northern WI.

Most of the rain will fall Sunday night statewide. There should
be a few thunderstorms across the south half as well. A wintry mix
is expected in the northwest part of the state. Chances for rain
and snow will continue into early next week.

High temperatures today will range from the mid 40s north to the
mid 50s south. Overnight lows will be in the 20s north to the
upper 30s south.

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