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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
316 PM CST Thu Dec 8 2016

.FORECAST...

Snow showers will continue in the lake effect snowbelt region of
far northern Wisconsin through Friday. Otherwise, look for cold
temperatures and a few flurries over the remainder of the state as
we wrap up the work week.

The weekend looks unsettled with a couple of rounds of snow in the
forecast. The first round of snow spreads across the state
Saturday afternoon, diminishing Sunday morning. The best chance
for snow and accumulations will be across the south half of
Wisconsin.

The second round of snow is expected mainly Sunday night, ending
Monday morning. Again, the better chance for snow will be across
the south.

Those traveling around the region this weekend should be prepared
for the potential of slippery road conditions.

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Davis



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