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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
1035 AM CDT Fri Aug 11 2017

Scattered showers and thunderstorms were in much of Wisconsin on
Thursday afternoon. Some storms produced hail and gusty winds in the
late afternoon and evening hours.  A waterspout was spotted over Lake
Michigan east of Port Washington around 6 pm.  The showers and
storms dissipated or moved east out of the state early Thursday
night. The remainder of the night was mostly rain-free.  Rainfall
amounts from Thursday morning to Friday morning were quite variable
and mostly less than 1 inch but some areas, affected by
thunderstorms, received as much as 1.50 inches of rain.

High temperatures Thursday ranged from the lower 60s in northwest
Wisconsin to the lower 80s in the southwest part of the state.
Overnight low temperatures were in the 50s to lower 60s.

Clouds and maybe some scattered light showers will be in about the
eastern half of the state today.  Mostly sunny skies are expected in
northwest Wisconsin.  Winds will be from the northwest generally 10
to 20 miles an hour.

Mostly clear skies are expected tonight and Saturday statewide.  Low
temperatures tonight will be in the cool 40s in northern Wisconsin
to the lower 50s in the south. High temperatures Saturday will be
mainly in the 70s with comfortable levels of humidity.

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