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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
526 AM CDT Thu Mar 30 2017


Early morning dense fog across parts of south central and southeast
Wisconsin lifted by around mid morning.  The remainder of the state
saw clouds spread across the area ahead of an approaching low
pressure system. Some light rain even pushed into parts of western
and southern Wisconsin during the afternoon.  Highs on Wednesday
were in the mid to upper 40s.


Clouds continued to thicken and rain became widespread over the
southern two thirds of the state.  The rain mixed with and changed
over to snow over parts of central Wisconsin overnight. Winds were
brisk out of the east. Low temperatures were generally in the 30s.


Periods of rain will continue across the southern two thirds of the
state today, along with brisk easterly winds. Rain will gradually
diminish overnight, but clouds are going to hang around southeast
Wisconsin through Friday.

Drier air working its way into the region will bring sunshine and
light winds to the north by Friday afternoon, and to the south part
of the state by Saturday morning. Saturday should be a nice day.

There is a chance for light rain across Wisconsin on Sunday. Then
another system tracking through the Midwest will bring a prolonged
period of rain to the area for the middle of next week.

High temperatures today will range from the upper 30s east to the
upper 40s northwest. Lows tonight will be in the lower to mid 30s.


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