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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
1138 AM CST Mon Feb 19 2018


It was another quiet day across much of Wisconsin. The exception
was far NW Wisconsin, where a band of snow put down 1-5 inches of
accumulations. High temperatures were warm for most, ranging from
the upper 20s in the far NW to the upper 30s in central and
southern Wisconsin. Colder air then pushed into northern and
central Wisconsin overnight, dropping lows into the low 20s and
upper teens. Southern wisconsin remained warmer, with lows in the
mid to upper 30s.


A significant weather system will push through Wisconsin today and
tomorrow. Up to 6" of snow is possible in far northern Wisconsin,
nearly 2" of rain is possible in far southeastern Wisconsin, and
nearly 0.25" of freezing rain is possible for portions of central
Wisconsin. Each of these types of weather may have serious
impacts, so please visit you local forecast office`s webpage for

Beyond this system, another weaker low pressure system will move
through the Badgerland on Thursday night and Friday morning,
dropping 1-3" of snow.

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