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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
815 PM CDT THU OCT 23 2014

FOG IS EXPECTED OVER MUCH OF WISCONSIN TONIGHT DUE TO LINGERING
LOW LEVEL MOISTURE LEFT BEHIND FROM THE SHOWERS THAT MOVED ACROSS
THE STATE EARLIER ON THURSDAY ALONG WITH LIGHT WINDS. THE FOG WILL
BE DENSE ACROSS THE WEST INTO PARTS OF CENTRAL WISCONSIN WHERE DENSE
FOG ADVISORIES ARE IN EFFECT.

TEMPERATURES WILL WARM INTO THE 60S ON FRIDAY WITH A SOUTHWESTERLY
BREEZE AHEAD OF APPROACHING LOW PRESSURE. THEN A COLD FRONT WILL
DROP THROUGH WISCONSIN FRIDAY NIGHT...WITH SOME PATCHY DRIZZLE
POSSIBLE.

LOOK FOR A SUNNY SATURDAY WITH BLUSTERY NORTHWEST WINDS AND SLIGHTLY
COOLER TEMPERATURES BEHIND THE FRONT. THE SUNSHINE WILL CONTINUE
INTO SUNDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE GRADUALLY SHIFTS EAST OF THE AREA.
THERE IS A CHANCE FOR SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS EARLY NEXT WEEK
ALONG WITH ANOTHER BRIEF WARM-UP AS LOW PRESSURE APPROACHES FROM THE
PLAINS.

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REM/MBK



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