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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
513 AM CDT FRI APR 11 2014

.YESTERDAY...

A COLD FRONT ASSOCIATED WITH LOW PRESSURE OVER ONTARIO PUSHED
THROUGH THE STATE IN THE MORNING. IT BROUGHT SPRINKLES TO SOME
AREAS. SKIES CLEARED BEHIND THE FRONT. HIGH TEMPERATURES RANGED
FROM THE MID 50S ACROSS THE NORTH TO LOWER 60S IN THE SOUTH...5 TO
10 DEGREES ABOVE AVERAGE.

.OVERNIGHT...

SKIES STARTED OUT MOSTLY CLEAR IN THE EVENING...WITH MID AND HIGH
LEVEL CLOUDS INCREASING OVERNIGHT. LOWS RANGED FROM THE MID 20S TO
LOW 30S NORTH...TO THE MID AND UPPER 30S SOUTH.

.FORECAST...

THERE WILL BE A CHANCE FOR RAIN SHOWERS IN THE NORTH TODAY...WITH
A PERIOD OF WET WEATHER THEN EXPECTED ACROSS THE STATE OVER THE
WEEKEND. THE PRECIPITATION WILL MAINLY BE IN THE FORM OF RAIN
SHOWERS WITH SOME THUNDERSTORMS FROM SATURDAY THROUGH SUNDAY. THE
RAIN WILL LIKELY CHANGE TO SNOW SUNDAY NIGHT AND THEN LINGER INTO
MONDAY MORNING. SNOW ACCUMULATIONS ARE EXPECTED TO BE LIGHT.

ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES MOST PLACES TODAY AND SATURDAY WILL
GIVE WAY TO COLDER CONDITIONS FOR SUNDAY INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK.

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