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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
810 AM CDT Tue May 22 2018

Low pressure passing by to the south of Wisconsin brought another
round of rain to much of the state on Monday and overnight.  The
heaviest amounts were in the south where anywhere from a quarter
inch to over an inch occurred.  A few of the heavier 24 hour
rainfalls included an inch and a quarter at Kenosha and just under
an inch at Racine.

Areas of fog and drizzle will diminish across Wisconsin through the
early afternoon followed by gradually decreasing cloudiness into
tonight.  Temperatures away from the Great Lakes should climb in the
upper 60s to middle 70s this afternoon.  Warmer weather will return
on Wednesday and continue into the holiday weekend.  Small chances
for showers and thunderstorms will return to western and northern
Wisconsin on Wednesday and Thursday, with the threat expanding
across the entire state Friday and Saturday.  At this point, no all
day washouts are expected through the holiday weekend.

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