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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
210 PM CDT Sat Jul 22 2017


Rain was ongoing across southwestern Wisconsin during the morning
and continued to spread east through the day. More thunderstorms
affected extreme southwest Wisconsin overnight where 5 to 10
inches fell. The clouds and rain kept high temperatures in the 70s
across southwestern Wisconsin while other areas that saw the sun
topped out in the middle 80s. Lows ranged from the 50s near the
UP to the lower 70s near La Crosse, though most locations were in
the 60s.


A cold front will move across the state through tonight and will
be the focus for scattered showers and thunderstorms. Northeastern
Wisconsin has the best chance of getting the most rainfall. Highs
tomorrow should be in the middle to upper 60s north to the lower
80s south with lows in the 50s north to upper 60s in the south.
There will also be a very small chance for a shower or
thunderstorm across northern Wisconsin and near Lake Michigan
tomorrow afternoon.

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