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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
340 AM CST MON DEC 29 2014

.YESTERDAY...LOW PRESSURE SLID ACROSS THE NORTHEAST WHILE HIGH
PRESSURE STARTED TO PUSH INTO THE NORTHERN PLAINS. SKIES WERE
OVERCAST ACROSS PARTS OF NORTHERN WISCONSIN WHERE THERE WERE
SCATTERED FLURRIES. SOUTHERN WISCONSIN SAW ITS PREDOMINATELY SUNNY
DAY IN 3 WEEKS. HIGH TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE UPPER TEENS IN THE
NORTHWEST TO LOWER 30S IN THE SOUTH. A COLD FRONT DROPPING SOUTHWARD
ACROSS THE STATE RAPIDLY DROPPED TEMPERATURES ACROSS NORTHERN
WISCONSIN.

.OVERNIGHT...THE COLD FRONT CONTINUED ITS PROGRESS ACROSS CENTRAL
AND SOUTHERN WISCONSIN. SKIES WERE PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY.
TEMPERATURES DROPPED OFF INTO THE TEENS BELOW ZERO IN PARTS OF
NORTHWEST WISCONSIN...WITH MILDER TEENS TO LOW 20S ABOVE IN THE
SOUTH.

.FORECAST...A LITTLE LAKE EFFECT SNOW IS POSSIBLE AT TIMES IN FAR
NORTHERN WISCONSIN TODAY...OTHERWISE EXPECT QUIET WEATHER THROUGH
WEDNESDAY AS STRONG HIGH PRESSURE SLOWLY DROPS SOUTH THROUGH THE
PLAINS. THE MAIN WEATHER CONCERN THROUGH MID-WEEK WILL BE BELOW
NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND SUBZERO WIND CHILLS SETTLING INTO THE REGION.

A WEAK SYSTEM OR TWO MAY BRING A LITTLE LIGHT SNOW TO THE NORTH AND
CENTRAL THURSDAY AND FRIDAY...WITH TEMPERATURES GRADUALLY BOUNCING
BACK CLOSER TO NORMAL VALUES.

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