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AWUS83 KMKX 280943

443 AM CDT THU JUL 28 2016


A cold front boundary swept through Wisconsin Wednesday, bringing
showers and thunderstorms, along with abundant rainfall in some
locations. Mainly partly to mostly cloudy skies were observed, with
some places seeing rainfall amounts between a few tenths to just over
one inch.

High temperatures ranged quite a bit across the state due to the
cold front boundary, as highs reached into the lower 70s in the
north, with mid to upper 80s in the south.

Winds were light and variable.


Showers and a few storms affected much of the north during the
evening and overnight hours, with isolated to scattered showers
and storms in the south. Skies were mostly cloudy in the north and
central, with partly cloudy skies south. There was some patchy fog
overnight, mainly in the south where there was areas of clear
skies. Low temperatures ranged from mid 50s to low 60s in the
northwest, to the mid and upper 60s southeast.


There will be a chance for showers and thunderstorms across much
of the state today. A chance for showers and storms will linger
mainly across the south Friday and Saturday.

Dry weather is then likely for Sunday and Monday under high
pressure, with shower and storm chances returning Monday night and

High temperatures will be near to a few degrees below normal today
through Saturday, with warming conditions early next week.

Highs today will range from the low 70s across west-central
Wisconsin, to the mid and upper 70s south.

Lows tonight will range from the upper 40s and low 50s north, to
the low and mid 60s south.

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