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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
526 AM CDT Sun Apr 23 2017


After a cool morning, full sunshine led to another mild day across
the Badger State. Sixty degree temperatures were prevalent with the
exception of 50s near Lake Michigan.


Clouds began to push into northern Wisconsin while skies in
southern Wisconsin remained clear. Temperatures beneath the clouds
stayed in the 40s while temperatures under clear skies in the
south fell into the 30s.


Clouds will remain in place across northern Wisconsin today while
much of the southern half of the state basks in the sun. High
temperatures will be limited to the 40s and 50s in northern
Wisconsin, while highs soar into the 70s in southern Wisconsin.
Temperatures near Lake Michigan will be cooler.

Monday will mark the beginning of an active weather pattern for
the Badgerland. A series of low pressure systems will move
through the region, bringing on and off rain chances through the
work week. Rain chances shift from northwestern Wisconsin on
Monday to the rest of the state by Tuesday evening. On and off
rain will then last across much of the state through Wednesday,
when there is a slight chance for thunderstorms in southern
Wisconsin. Precipitation will then begin to taper off on Thursday
morning, but not before some snow mixes in with the rain.

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