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432 AM CDT WED OCT 19 2016


Weak high pressure kept conditions quiet and mostly sunny across
the state after a cold front moved through the region early
Tuesday. High temperatures were well above seasonal averages, with
some places seeing highs 10 to 20 degrees above average. High
temperatures ranged from the lower 60s north to the upper 60s and
lower 70s south. Winds were mainly from the west and northwest
between 5 and 20 miles per hour.


Skies were mostly clear and winds light overnight under high
pressure. Low temperatures ranged from the low and mid 30s far
north-central, to the upper 40s and low 50s far southeast.


Mainly dry weather is expected today through Saturday as high
pressure slowly passes through the region.

Low pressure will move through quickly Sunday, possibly bringing a
little light rain to the north.

Temperatures will be above normal once again today, but will cool
to below normal for Thursday and Friday, returning back to around
average for the weekend.

Highs temperatures today will range from the low and mid 50s
across northwest Wisconsin, to the mid and upper 60s in the south
and east.

Lows tonight will range from low 30s in the northwest, to the upper
40s and low 50s far southeast.

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