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AWUS83 KMKX 270207 AAA

905 PM CDT WED OCT 26 2016


Low pressure will move across northern Indiana into the eastern
Great Lakes overnight.  As the low moves off, the light rain and
drizzle will continue to diminish and end across eastern

High pressure is then forecast to move across Wisconsin Thursday
but the clouds will be slow to clear.  Hence another cool day lies
ahead for Thursday, but conditions will be much drier.

Warmer temperatures with brisk south to southwest winds are
expected on Friday, ahead of low pressure that should reach
the Lake Superior area by Friday evening.

A trailing cold front exiting Wisconsin late Friday night will
usher in somewhat cooler temperatures for the weekend, with a
chance of light rain mainly south and central Saturday evening.

Lows tonight will range from the mid 30s in northern Wisconsin,
to the lower 40s in southern Wisconsin.

Highs Thursday will range from the lower 40s northeast, to the
lower to mid 50s southwest.

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