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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
235 AM CDT Sat Jul 30 2016

A weak low pressure system sat just to the south of Wisconsin
through much of the day, bringing northeast winds to much of the
state. Thanks to that low, southern and central Wisconsin sat
beneath overcast skies for most of the day with scattered showers,
while northern Wisconsin had mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies.
High temperatures were in the 70s statewide.

A good deal of cloud cover lingered across portions of central and
southern Wisconsin. Meanwhile the north had mainly clear skies.
Temperatures dropped off into the mid 50s to mid 60s.

High pressure will become centered over the Great Lakes over the
weekend, bringing mainly quiet weather, and less humid air,
especially in the north.

Low pressure over the central and northern plains will approach
Wisconsin, before lifting into southern canada Wednesday. This will
bring an increase in shower and thunderstorm chances. A cold front
is expected to move across Wisconsin Thursday and Thursday night,
bringing another chance of thunderstorms.

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