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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
448 AM CDT Mon May 22 2017


Clouds and scattered showers persisted across Wisconsin on Sunday.
The showers were mainly found across the north, but some sprinkles
eventually pushed across the south. Temperatures continued their run
of cool and below normal readings with highs mainly in the 50s.  It
was actually a bit warmer near Lake Michigan where highs reached the
lower and mid 60s along the lakeshore counties.


Rain showers were across the north much of the night, with drizzle
and isolated to scattered showers south in the evening and early
night. Skies remained cloudy across most of Wisconsin through the
night, except from some clearing in the southwest later in the
night. Low temperatures were within a few degrees of normal,
ranging from the low 40s northwest, to the mid 40s east.


On and off shower chances are expected for the first half of the
this week, with a few thunderstorms possible today and Tuesday.
Temperatures will briefly warm back to around normal today, but
then return to below normal conditions for Tuesday and Wednesday.

High temperatures today will range from the mid and upper 50s in
the northwest, to around 70 south.

Lows tonight will range from the mid and upper 30s northwest,
to the low 50s southeast.

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