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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
247 PM CDT SAT MAR 21 2015

A QUIET AND COOL NIGHT LIES AHEAD AS HIGH PRESSURE REMAINS IN
CONTROL OF THE WEATHER ACROSS THE WESTERN GREAT LAKES.

CLOUDS WILL INCREASE OVERNIGHT AHEAD OF LOW PRESSURE MOVING INTO
THE CENTRAL PLAINS. THIS LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL PASS TO THE
SOUTHWEST OF WISCONSIN ACROSS SOUTHERN IOWA SUNDAY NIGHT. THIS
SYSTEM WILL BE CLOSE ENOUGH HOWEVER TO BRING ACCUMULATING SNOW TO
WESTERN AND PARTS OF SOUTHERN WISCONSIN. MOST AREAS WILL RECEIVE
BETWEEN 1 AND 3 INCHES OF SNOW. THE SNOW MAY TRANSITION TO LIGHT
FREEZING RAIN OR DRIZZLE OVER SOUTHWEST WISCONSIN BEFORE ENDING
LATE SUNDAY NIGHT OR EARLY MONDAY.

ANY LINGERING LIGHT PRECIPITATION WILL END MONDAY MORNING WITH DRY
AND COOL CONDITIONS RETURNING STATEWIDE FOR TUESDAY.

A STRONGER WEATHER SYSTEM WILL TAKE AIM ON WISCONSIN TUESDAY NIGHT
BRINGING A PERIOD OF RAIN TO THE SOUTH AND RAIN AND SNOW TO THE
NORTH. THE CHANCE FOR RAIN AND SNOW WILL CONTINUE ON WEDNESDAY.

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