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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
933 AM CST Mon Feb 12 2018


Light snow ended across southern Wisconsin Sunday morning. Skies
cleared from northwest to southeast, resulting in a mainly sunny
afternoon across much of the state. High temperatures Sunday
afternoon ranged from the mid teens to mid 20s.

Clear skies, light winds and widespread snow cover resulted in a
cold night across the region. Low temperatures ranged from the -10
to -15 range in northern Wisconsin to the single digits above
zero at locations adjacent to Lake Michigan.


After quite the active winter weather pattern the past 10 days, a
quieter week of weather is expected. Temperatures will remain at
or below average through Tuesday, warming to above average by
midweek when high temperatures in the 30s and 40s will be common.
The incoming warm air will result in a risk for fog, especially
Wednesday night and Thursday.

The next chance for a mix of rain and snow will arrive on Thursday
ahead of a cold front. This frontal passage will briefly knock
temperatures back to below average Friday, with another moderating
trend expected for the upcoming weekend.

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