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259 PM CST Mon Feb 27 2017


Low pressure developing over the central plains, will spread
precipitation into Wisconsin tonight. Rain and isolated
thunderstorms are expected south, while farther to the north,
there will be a mix of precipitation, with mainly snow far north.

As the low pushes into far southeast Wisconsin, warm, moist air
will bring rain to most of the state, except the far northwest,
with mainly snow. Scattered thunderstorms are expected, especially
southeast, near a warm front. The low will push into lower
Michigan Tuesday evening and intensify. As it does, much colder
air will push south, changing the precipitation over to snow
across most of the state Tuesday night or Wednesday, with an inch
or two of snow possible.

Temperatures are expected to be near normal for the end of the
work week, with a chance of light snow Thursday, and again Friday
night. Temperatures should moderate again Saturday and Sunday.

Lows tonight will range from the upper 20s north, to the mid and
upper 30s south.

Highs temperatures Tuesday will be near 40 far north to near 60
far south.

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