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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
1025 AM CDT Sat Sep 23 2017


Hot weather prevailed for much of Wisconsin on Friday, with high
temperatures ranging from the upper 70s in the north, to the mid 90s
in the south. These temperatures were well above normal for this
time of year. Showers and thunderstorms affected far northern
portions of the state during the morning and afternoon, dropping
locally heavy rainfall. Otherwise, the majority of the state was dry.


The unseasonably very warm weather will continue today, with highs
mostly in the 80s to lower 90s. Temperatures will be a few degrees
cooler on Sunday, but will remain well above normal.

A transition to cooler weather is expected Tuesday night as a cold
front passes through. A rain shower or thunderstorm is possible with
the front, but many areas are likely to remain dry.


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