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645 AM CST Sun Jan 22 2017


Fog and overcast skies lingered through the day due to a stagnant
weather pattern. There was some improvement during the day.
Scattered rain showers impacted northern and central Wisconsin.
Far southeast Wisconsin saw some sun. Dense fog redeveloped during
the evening in many places. High temperatures were in the upper 30s
to mid 50s, 15 to 25 degrees above normal.


There was fog in most areas through the night. It was dense in many
locations. Low temperatures were in the lower to middle 30s.


Fog, overcast skies, and seasonally warm temperatures will linger
into Monday. The next significant weather system will arrive on
Tuesday afternoon. This system will initially bring a mix of
wintry precipitation to Wisconsin before snow becomes the dominant
precipitation type. The best chance for snow will be Tuesday
evening through Wednesday morning. This system will take its time
moving out of the area, so a slight chance of snow, or a mix of
rain and snow, will linger into Friday morning. The passing of
this low pressure system will also bring about a change back to
more seasonal temperatures.

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