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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
356 PM CDT FRI SEP 12 2014

LOW PRESSURE AND WIDESPREAD LIGHT RAINFALL OVER WISCONSIN WILL MOVE
AWAY THIS EVENING. A CLEARING TREND WILL THEN MOVE FROM WEST TO EAST
ACROSS THE STATE WITH CHILLY TEMPERATURES EXPECTED. FROST ADVISORIES
ARE IN EFFECT FOR THE NORTHWEST HALF OF THE STATE. A LITTLE FROST IS
POSSIBLE OVER SOUTH CENTRAL WISCONSIN LATE TONIGHT BUT IT WILL NOT
BE A KILLING FROST.

POLAR HIGH PRESSURE WILL CONTINUE THE COOL TEMPERATURES SATURDAY AND
SATURDAY NIGHT WITH PATCHY FROST EXPECTED OVER NORTH CENTRAL
WISCONSIN LATE SATURDAY NIGHT. SOUTHWEST WINDS AND MILDER
TEMPERATURES WILL THEN PREVAIL FOR SUNDAY ALTHOUGH THERE WILL BE
CHANCES FOR RAIN OVER NORTHERN WISCONSIN. THE RAIN CHANCES WILL
SHIFT SOUTH FOR SUNDAY NIGHT AND MONDAY WITH THE ARRIVAL OF A COLD
FRONT.

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