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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
343 PM CST Tue Feb 14 2017

.FORECAST...

A passing trough of low pressure will bring scattered light snow
showers to northeast Wisconsin into this evening, with scattered
light rain or snow showers sliding through southeast Wisconsin.
Lake effect snow showers will linger tonight in far north central
Wisconsin.

Brisk northwest winds will bring colder temperatures for tonight
into Wednesday across the region, in the wake of a cold front.
Mostly cloudy skies will linger during this time.

Some clouds may linger across the region into Friday. Otherwise,
dry conditions are expected. Look for temperatures to gradually
warm up by Friday, as warmer air to the southwest moves into the
region. These warm temperatures should linger this weekend into
early next week.

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Wood



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