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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
320 AM CST TUE NOV 18 2014

.YESTERDAY...

COLD UNSTABLE AIR MOVING INTO WISCONSIN ON GUSTY WESTERLY WINDS
BROUGHT SCATTERED AREAS OF LIGHT SNOW AND FLURRIES ON MONDAY.  SNOW
AMOUNTS WERE GENERALLY A TRACE TO A FEW TENTHS. SKIES IN GENERAL
WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY ON MONDAY.

HEAVIER SNOWFALL AMOUNTS OCCURRED IN THE LAKE SUPERIOR SNOWBELT OF
NORTH CENTRAL WISCONSIN.  UP TO 4 INCHES OF LAKE EFFECT SNOW
OCCURRED IN PARTS OF VILAS COUNTY MONDAY AFTERNOON.

TEMPERATURES WERE WELL BELOW NORMAL FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR.  HIGH
TEMPERATURES MONDAY WERE MAINLY IN THE TEENS RANGING FROM 10 AT
MEDFORD...MOSINEE AND STEVENS POINT TO 21 AT STURGEON BAY AND
MANITOWOC.  THE NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURES FOR THE MIDDLE OF NOVEMBER
ARE IN THE THE UPPER 30S IN NORTHERN WISCONSIN TO THE LOWER 40S IN
THE SOUTH.  HISTORICAL WEATHER RECORDS SHOW THAT THIS IS ONE OF THE
COLDEST SPELLS FOR NOVEMBER IN WISCONSIN.

WINDS ON MONDAY WERE WESTERLY 10 TO 20 MILES AN HOUR WITH SOME GUSTS
TO AROUND 30 MILES AN HOUR.  THE GUSTY WINDS COMBINED WITH THE COLD
AIR SENT WIND CHILL FACTORS DOWN TO AS LOW AS 8 BELOW ZERO IN PARTS
OF NORTHERN WISCONSIN.

.OVERNIGHT...LAKE EFFECT SNOWFALL CONTINUED IN NORTH CENTRAL
WISCONSIN MONDAY EVENING...INCLUDING IN PARTS OF ASHLAND AND VILAS
COUNTIES.  ELSEWHERE...SKIES WERE PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH
SCATTERED SNOW FLURRIES. TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE SINGLE DIGITS AND
TEENS.

.FORECAST...A QUIET AND COLD DAY IS EXPECTED TODAY AS WEAK HIGH
PRESSURE PASSES ACROSS THE REGION.  THE QUIET WEATHER WILL BE SHORT-
LIVED AS A FAST MOVING LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL LIKELY BRING A
PERIOD OF LIGHT SNOW TO MUCH OF WISCONSIN LATER TONIGHT INTO
WEDNESDAY MORNING. TOTAL ACCUMULATIONS WILL BE AROUND 1 INCH.

THURSDAY AND FRIDAY LOOK QUIET AND COLD WITH UNSETTLED WEATHER
ARRIVING THIS WEEKEND AS LOW PRESSURE APPROACHES FROM THE SOUTH.
HOWEVER...BY SUNDAY...TEMPERATURES SHOULD CLIMB TO LEVELS MORE
NORMAL FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR.

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HAHN/PC



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