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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
450 AM CDT Sat Oct 01 2016


Low pressure lingered over the Midwest. It brought cloudy skies and
periods of light showers to most of the state. Parts of the
northwest saw sunny skies. Northeast winds were 10 to 20 miles per
hour and some areas had gusts to 25 miles per hour. High
temperatures ranged from the lower 60s in the south and east to the
upper 60s in the northwest where it was sunny.


Light showers and drizzle persisted over the east half of Wisconsin
overnight due to low pressure over the eastern Great Lakes. Skies
were mostly clear across northwest Wisconsin. Low temperatures
ranged from the upper 40s north to the upper 50s south.


Showers and clouds will continue to affect the eastern two thirds of
Wisconsin today due to low pressure sitting over southern Lower
Michigan. That low will finally start moving east on Sunday,
bringing an end to showers and clouds in Wisconsin from west to east
through the day.

Winds will be light across the state, and high temperatures will be
dependent upon the amount of sunshine. They will range from the
upper 60s northwest to the lower 60s southeast. Low temperatures
will range from the mid 40s northwest to the mid 50s southeast.

Expect a period of dry weather from Sunday afternoon through
Tuesday. Approaching low pressure will bring our next chance for
showers and isolated thunderstorms to Wisconsin on Wednesday and
Thursday next week.

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