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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
854 AM CST Mon Jan 22 2018


It was a dreary January day across the Badgerland. Cloudy conditions
persisted through the day and into the evening hours. High
temperatures were in the 30s across much of the state, save for a
portion of central Wisconsin, where temperatures crept into the

In the early morning hours, rain moved into southern and central
of Wisconsin, with some locations receiving over 0.5 inches of


A dynamic low pressure system will impact Wisconsin today. The
biggest impact will stretch across much of northern Wisconsin,
where 8-12 inches of wet, dense snow is expected along with gusty
winds. There will likely be a sharp snowfall gradient on either
side of the highest snow amounts. In far northwestern Wisconsin,
snowfall amounts are expected to be minimal, but freezing rain
looks likely, with accumulations up to 0.15 inches. Rain will
persist in southern and central Wisconsin for most of the day, but
as we move into the evening, temperatures will drop and the
precipitation will transition from rain to a mix to snow. At this
time, snow accumulations in southern and central look light, but
there is a growing signal for a period of heavier snow in southern
Wisconsin early Tuesday morning.

Beyond that, the week looks quiet with warming temperatures into
the end of the week.

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