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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
300 AM CDT Wed Mar 22 2017

An area of clouds extended across much of northeast Wisconsin before
pushing south along the lake with a few flurries.  Elsewhere skies
were mostly sunny, except for a band of high clouds over the far
south. Highs ranged from the lower to mid 30s northeast to the upper
40s southwest.

The area of lake effect clouds and isolated flurries affected mainly
southeast Wisconsin. Temperatures dropped into the single digits and
teens north with 20s common in the south.

Dry weather and cooler temperatures are expected today under
high pressure.

Low pressure is expected to bring a return of mainly rain later
Thursday into the weekend. There could be a period of freezing rain
Thursday night into Friday morning in the north. Some thunder is
possible in the south later Thursday into Friday morning.

Temperatures are expected to be within a few degrees of normal for
late in the week and over the weekend, aside from above normal
conditions in the south on Friday.

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