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338 PM CDT FRI SEP 23 2016


Small chances for showers are expected tonight into Saturday morning
with a weak warm front lifting northward through the region. Clouds
may break for a time Saturday afternoon providing some sunshine,
especially in southwest portions of the state.

The next chance for rain will come on Saturday evening as the next
system moves in from the west. A cold front will sweep across the
state on Sunday, which will help to usher in colder air going into
early next week. A band of rain and thunderstorms is expected to
move through along and ahead of this cold front.

Look for overnight lows to range from the upper 40s in the far
northeast to lower 60s in the southern third of Wisconsin. Highs on
Saturday will be in the middle to upper 60s across the northeast
half of the state with low to mid 70s in the southwest.

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