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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
1108 AM CDT Mon Jun 26 2017

Another cool and showery day, including a few thunderstorms, occurred
across northern Wisconsin on Sunday with a few showers continuing
into Sunday night. Southern Wisconsin saw more sunshine initially
but showers affected the area from late afternoon into the
evening hours. High temperatures on Sunday were in the 60s with
the exception of the lower 70s over far eastern Wisconsin.
Clearing skies made for another cool night with low temperatures
mainly in the 40s and lower 50s for Monday morning. Scattered
showers were once again moving southeast across northern and
central Wisconsin through Monday morning.

One more cool and showery day is expected across the Badger State
today before southwest winds and warmer temperatures return for
Tuesday. A low pressure area will then bring more widespread
rainfall to the state for Wednesday and Wednesday night. Some
thunderstorms will be strong or severe including heavy rainfall.

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