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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
432 AM CST TUE FEB 2 2016

.YESTERDAY...

WEAK HIGH PRESSURE OVER WISCONSIN BROUGHT MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES TO
THE BADGERLAND ON MONDAY. HIGH TEMPERATURES MONDAY WERE IN THE
30S TO LOWER 40S RANGING FROM 31 AT STEVENS POINT TO 44 AT
MILWAUKEE. THE NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURES FOR THE BEGINNING OF
FEBRUARY IN WISCONSIN ARE MAINLY IN THE 20S. WINDS ON MONDAY
WERE LIGHT AND VARIABLE.

.OVERNIGHT...

CLOUDS INCREASED FROM SOUTHWEST TO NORTHEAST ACROSS THE STATE MONDAY
EVENING AS A LOW PRESSURE AREA IN THE SOUTHERN PLAINS MOVED
NORTHEAST. AREAS OF DENSE FOG HAD PREVAILED DURING THE OVERNIGHT
OVER PORTIONS OF SOUTHERN AND CENTRAL WISCONSIN.


.FORECAST...THE WINTER STORM IS STILL ON TRACK TO BRING HEAVY SNOW
FROM WEST CENTRAL WISCONSIN NORTHEASTWARD INTO NORTH CENTRAL AND
NORTHEAST WISCONSIN. 8 TO 12 INCHES OF SNOW IS FORECAST ALONG WITH
BLOWING AND DRIFTING SNOW. SOUTHEAST WISCONSIN WILL SEE LITTLE
SNOW AND MORE RAIN DUE TO MILD TEMPERATURES. VERY WINDY CONDITIONS
ARE EXPECTED OVER SOUTHERN WISCONSIN THIS AFTERNOON AS THE LOW
APPROACHES FROM THE SOUTHWEST. THE LOW PRESSURE AREA WILL MOVE
ACROSS SOUTHEAST WISCONSIN LATE TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY MORNING WITH
LIGHT RAIN CHANGING TO LIGHT SNOW. MOST OF THE SNOW WILL END
STATEWIDE BY WEDNESDAY EVENING WITH WEAK HIGH PRESSURE AND LIGHT
WINDS APPROACHING.


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HAHN/GEHRING



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