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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
1004 AM CST Mon Nov 13 2017


Sunday was a fairly typical November day across the state of
Wisconsin. High temperatures were generally in the 30s though
there was a band of 40s across central Wisconsin where there was
sunshine yesterday. Lows last night were in the teens north and
20s south. Light rain fell across southeastern Wisconsin
yesterday. The precipitation mixed with and changed to snow for a
time but only trace amounts were reported.


Today should be a cool fall day with increasing cloudiness this
afternoon. High temperatures should top out in the 30s north to
40s south. Forecast lows tonight are in the middle 20s to lower
30s. Tuesday should be a touch warmer with highs ranging from the
middle 30s across northeastern Wisconsin to the middle 40s in
southeastern Wisconsin. The next chance for precipitation will
begin tonight across northwestern Wisconsin in association with an
approaching cold front. There is a chance for freezing drizzle
across northwestern Wisconsin tonight into Tuesday morning. The
threat for freezing drizzle should end as temperatures warm
tomorrow morning. The threat for rain will continue through
Tuesday night as the boundary progresses southeast.

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