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328 AM CST Thu Dec 8 2016

It was a blustery, cold and partly sunny day across Wisconsin on
Wednesday. There were snow flurries across much of the state.

High temperatures were mainly in the 20s ranging from 18 at
Manitowish Waters and Medford to 29 at Milwaukee, Racine and Green
Bay. The normal high temperatures for this time of year are in the
upper 20s in northern Wisconsin to the lower 30s in the south.

Gusty westerly winds up to around 30 miles an hour added a bite to
the air lowering wind chill factors into the single digits.

Skies were cloudy statewide with snow flurries in many areas.
Gusty west winds up to around 25 miles an hour continued.

Lake effect snow will continue across far northern Wisconsin
through Friday morning, while flurries or light snow is expected
across the remainder of the state. Then high pressure will bring
quiet weather to most areas on Friday. A few inches of snow is
likely across mainly central and southern Wisconsin Saturday and
Sunday. Very cold temperatures are expected for next week across
Wisconsin. Today highs will be in the 20s with lows in the teens.

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