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AWUS83 KMKX 142032

232 PM CST Sat Jan 14 2017


A large area of high pressure draped across the upper midwest will
result in dry weather through the rest of the weekend.
Temperatures will also warm closer to seasonal normals for mid-

After a dry weekend, low pressure developing in the southern Plains
will track toward northeast toward Wisconsin and bring a return
of wintery weather beginning Sunday night and continuing into
Tuesday. At this time it looks like a period of mixed
precipitation including freezing rain and glazing will affect
central and southern Wisconsin with snow and a more prolonged
period of glazing more likely across the north. As warmer air gets
pulled into the system portions of the south will see the mix
change to rain later Monday into Tuesday.

The system will lose its grip on Wisconsin later Tuesday into
Tuesday night.

Low temperatures tonight across Wisconsin will range from the
single digits below zero across the north to around 10 above in
the far south.

Highs on Sunday will be in the middle 20s to lower 30s.

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