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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
300 AM CDT FRI May 20 2016

.YESTERDAY...High Pressure was once again the driving the weather.
The high brought light winds and clear skies to begin the day, which
gradually turned partly cloudy in the afternoon. High temperatures
managed to reach to right around 70 across the state, except along
Lake Michigan, where the cool lake waters kept highs in the 60s.

.OVERNIGHT...Skies were mainly clear across the Badgerland during
the overnight hours. Temperatures dropped into the UPPER 30S TO
UPPER 40S for the most part.

.FORECAST...High pressure centered over the Great Lakes will bring
pleasant weather to Wisconsin through the weekend. The next chance
for rainfall is on Monday night, when showers and thunderstorms will
be possible ahead of a cold front moving in slowly from the west.
Rain chances will continue into the middle portion of next week, as
the cold front stalls to the south, and weak low pressure exits the
plains and moves across the central Mississippi Valley.

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