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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
1101 AM CST Fri Dec 15 2017


Partly to mostly cloudy skies prevailed across the state
yesterday, with light snow accumulations over the Lake Superior
Snowbelt. Areas of flurries and light snow showers affected the
remainder of the state into the overnight hours, with little, if
any, accumulation for most. High temperatures ranged from around
15 in the snow covered north central, to around 30 in the


Weak low pressure will move through the region from today into
tonight, producing a swath of mainly light snow from near Duluth,
Minnesota southwest towards Sheboygan. Total amounts within this
band up to 2" are possible, with possibly a little more than this
in the northwest. High temperatures will range from 15 in the far
north, to around 30 in the south. A little light rain or a rain-
snow mix is possible in the southeast Sunday afternoon and evening
as a weak weather system passes by to the south.

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