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AWUS83 KMKX 260910

410 AM CDT WED OCT 26 2016


Low pressure approaching from the west brought increasing clouds
to the region. Under mostly cloudy skies, afternoon high
temperatures were in the upper 40s to lower 50s statewide.


Low pressure moved east toward the region. A warm front extending
east from the low brought an area of rain into southern and
central Wisconsin. A few thunderstorms were also seen over far
southwest Wisconsin.

Cloudy skies were observed elsewhere across the region. East
southeast winds gradually increased during the night. Temperatures
so far ranged from the mid 30s in northern Wisconsin, to the mid
40s in southern Wisconsin.


Low pressure is expected to slide eastward across northern
Illinois today, then to the east tonight. The low will continue to
bring an area of rain to the region today, tapering off from west
to east tonight. Cool temperatures are expected today, with gusty
east southeast winds.

Highs today will range from the upper 30s to around 40 in north
central Wisconsin, to the mid to upper 40s in southern Wisconsin.
Lows tonight will range in the mid to upper 30s in northern
Wisconsin, to the lower 40s in southeast Wisconsin.

High pressure is then forecast to slide southeast across the
region Thursday. The high should bring dry conditions with mostly
cloudy skies.

South to southwest winds Friday into Friday night will become
gusty once again, as low pressure passes by well north of the
region. Warmer temperatures are expected in southern and western

A cold front passing through the region Friday night will usher
somewhat cooler temperatures into the area for the weekend.

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