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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
950 AM CST Tue Nov 21 2017


Yesterday was relatively warm and breezy, especially across
southern Wisconsin where temperatures surpassed 50 degrees at
many locations. Elsewhere, highs were generally in the 40s. Other
than a few flurries this morning across far northern Wisconsin,
the majority of the state was dry during the previous 24 hours.


Today will be a breezy cold day thanks to a cold front that moved
through the state this morning. Temperatures will be steady or
slowly fall from morning highs, especially across the southeastern
portion of the state. Highs will range from the 20s north to the
40s in southeastern Wisconsin. Strong northwesterly winds around
20 miles per hour gusting over 30 miles per hour will make it
feel much colder. Winds will diminish this evening but lows are
expected to drop into the teens statewide with temperatures
closer to 20 near the Illinois border as well as along Lake
Michigan. There will also be lake effect snow across the favored
areas in northern Wisconsin with light accumulations possible.
Wednesday should be a good travel day due to dry and cool
conditions with highs in the 20s north and 30s south.

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