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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
855 AM CST Thu Feb 22 2018


Dry weather and some sunshine finally returned to the badger state
on Wednesday as polar high pressure gradually moved into the
state. High temperatures on Wednesday were mainly in the 20s. Low
temperatures this morning ranged from below zero across northwest
Wisconsin to the 20s in the south.


A broad area of low pressure will move across Wisconsin tonight.
Areas of light snow will begin today in western Wisconsin but
become more widespread tonight. Warmer air arriving will change
the snow to sleet and freezing rain for much of the state through
the night. Light ice accumulations on roads and sidewalks are
expected along with several inches of snow accumulation across the
northwest half of the state. Quiet weather will return for Friday
afternoon through Saturday morning; however, a winter storm will
likely affect the state Saturday night. Heavy snow accumulations
may occur over northwest Wisconsin with more rain in the south.

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