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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
329 PM CDT Thu Mar 30 2017


Precipitation over southeast and east central Wisconsin will
diminish tonight, with a chance of rain or snow showers lingering
into friday morning northeast.

High pressure and drier air working its way into the region will
bring sunshine and light winds to the north by Friday afternoon,
and to the south part of the state by Saturday morning. Saturday
should be a pleasant day.

Light rain will be likely across Wisconsin on Sunday and Sunday
night, with a mix of rain and snow north Sunday night.

Another low tracking through northern Illinois will bring a
prolonged period of rain to the area for the middle of next week.
Areas toward central and northern Wisconsin may receive snow.

Low temperatures will range from the upper 20s north, to mid 30s

High temperatures Friday will range from the lower 40s east, to
lower 50s far west.


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