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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
440 AM CDT THU SEP 29 2016

.YESTERDAY...

Low pressure over the Ohio Valley brought clouds and showers to
eastern Wisconsin, along with cooler temperatures. High
temperatures were generally in the upper 50s to lower 60s, with
middle 60s in west central Wisconsin. Winds were out of the north
at 10 to 15 mph, with higher gusts.

.OVERNIGHT...

An upper level low pressure system lingered over southern Indiana.
An area of clouds dissipated across western Wisconsin, with some
low clouds and fog forming well after midnight in northwest and
west central Wisconsin.

Clouds continued to affect southeast Wisconsin, with some low
clouds forming and developing across south central Wisconsin as
well. Temperatures so far ranged from the middle to upper 40s in
northern Wisconsin, to the middle to upper 50s in far southern
Wisconsin.

.FORECAST...

An upper level low pressure system will remain southeast of the
region today into Friday night, before slowly shifting northeast
into southeast lower Michigan Saturday into Saturday night. This
feature will then slowly shift east Sunday into early next week.

Clouds will gradually push westward across the region today into
Friday, with chances for showers increasing east to west tonight
into Saturday. The best chances for showers will be across
eastern Wisconsin and northeast Illinois.

Brisk northeast winds today and again Friday will keep
temperatures across the region around or just below seasonal
normals. These temperatures should linger this weekend, before
warming slightly early next week.

Highs today will range from the lower 60s in far northwest
Wisconsin, to the middle to upper 60s elsewhere across the region.
Lows tonight will range from the middle to upper 40s in northwest
Wisconsin, to the middle to upper 50s in southeast Wisconsin and
northeast Illinois.

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SPM/Wood



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