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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
310 AM CDT Mon Oct 24 2016

The day began with mostly clear skies across much of the state.
However, a low pressure system dropped south through the state,
bringing clouds, cooler temperatures, and even some isolated showers
with it. The cloudy conditions didn`t reach central Wisconsin until
evening, and this allowed temperatures in central and southern
Wisconsin get very warm. High temperatures reached into the 70s in
far southern Wisconsin, but couldn`t make it out of the 40s in
northern Wisconsin, which was stuck under clouds through most of the

A batch of clouds moved from northern and central Wisconsin
southward into parts of southern Wisconsin. Temperatures dropped off
into the mid 30s to mid 40s.

A large high pressure area will prevail today with plenty of
sunshine and seasonal temperatures. Low pressure will then bring
widespread rainfall to the Badger State from Tuesday night through
Wednesday evening. One to two inches of rain is expected over much
of central and southern Wisconsin with lesser amounts in the north.
Cool temperatures are forecast during this rainy period.

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