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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
1145 AM CDT Mon Oct 23 2017


Rain affected much of southern and eastern Wisconsin on Sunday. The
rain slowly diminished from west to east overnight, but continued in
far southeast Wisconsin all night.  Twenty four hour rainfall ranged
from a tenth of an inch in central Wisconsin to near nine tenths
inch in the far southeast. Meanwhile, northwest Wisconsin enjoyed a
pleasant Autumn day on Sunday with sunshine and high temperatures in
the upper 50s and lower 60s. Light winds and the recent rainfall
allowed areas of dense fog to develop Sunday night, which lingered
into this morning.


Rain will develop over much of the Wisconsin tonight as low pressure
strengthens over the central Great Lakes.  The rain will linger into
Tuesday, but diminish from west to east during the day.  The main
story on Tuesday will be strong gusty northwest winds.  Wind gusts
of 35 to 45 mph are expected, with even stronger gusts in Door
County.  Tuesday will be a cold, raw day for mid-October.  Many
locations will fall to around freezing Tuesday night away from Lake
Michigan.  Milder daytime temperatures can be expected Wednesday and

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