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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
725 AM CDT Thu Mar 22 2018


It was another quiet day across Wisconsin, with partly to mostly
cloudy skies. Afternoon high temperatures warmed a bit, with
readings ranging from the mid 30s along the Great Lakes to the
lower 40s in the west central and southwest.


Quiet and seasonally mild weather will prevail over for Today and
Friday, with high temperatures mostly in the 40.

Snow is expected for far west and southwestern areas on Friday
night into Saturday morning. Accumulations are expected in these
areas, with locations close to the Iowa state line potentially
picking up several inches of snow. There will be a sharp cutoff in
snow totals however, so amounts may increase or decrease in this
area. The remainder of the state should stay snow free.

Quiet weather then returns, with our next chance for precipitation
on Monday night into Tuesday.

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