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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
447 AM CDT Tue Mar 21 2017


A band of clouds dropped from north to south, along with a few
sprinkles. Highs ranged from the lower 50s north to the lower to mid
60s southwest.


The band of mid and high clouds thinned, with clear skies north. Low
temperatures ranged from near 20 far north to the lower to mid 30s


Dry weather and cold temperatures are expected with high pressure
over the region through Wednesday. The exception to this will be
light lake effect snow showers or flurries possible far north and
east this afternoon through Wednesday morning.

High temperatures today will range from around 30 north to the mid
40s south. Overnight lows will be in the single digits north and
teens to around 20 south.

Approaching low pressure will bring rain and freezing rain to
northern Wisconsin Thursday night, and rain with a chance of
thunderstorms to the south half.  The low will move across central
and northern Illinois Saturday, bringing rain to much of Wisconsin
Friday into Saturday, before mixing with snow and diminishing on

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