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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
327 AM CDT Wed Apr 26 2017

Clouds increased during the day, with some showers mainly north
and west during the afternoon. Southeast winds continued the warm
temperatures, with highs in the lower to mid 70s. Temperatures
cooled near Lake Michigan during the afternoon. High temperatures
were also in the 50s far north.

Skies were mostly cloudy across the Badgerland. A few showers
developed and spread north. There was some mixed precipitation in
the far north with the colder temperatures. Readings ranged from
the low to mid 30s in the far northwest to the lower 60s in the
far south.

A strong low pressure system will lift northeast across Wisconsin
today bringing widespread rainfall to the Badgerland. A few thunderstorms
are possible across the south with a wintry mix of freezing rain
and snow eventually pushing into far northwest Wisconsin this afternoon
and evening.

Quieter, but cool weather, returns for Thursday afternoon and
Thursday night.

Friday through the weekend is looking unsettled and wet. A large
low pressure system will move very slowly through the region this
weekend. Rain chances return across the south Friday into
Saturday. Eventually, the entire state will see precipitation by
Sunday. But, temperatures will be cold enough to bring snow or a
rain/snow mix to central and northern Wisconsin Saturday night
into Sunday morning. The south should remain all rain.

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