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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
905 AM CDT Sat Apr 14 2018


A strong spring storm brought heavy snow to northern Wisconsin last
night and early this morning.  Snowfall in some location exceeded a
foot with Sturgeon Bay in Door County received 17 inches.  A period
of light freezing rain far south caused slippery roads in parts of
central Wisconsin, while mainly rain occurred in the south. Strong
winds gusted as high as 50 mph across the south as well.

A few thunderstorms rumbled across central Wisconsin Friday morning
bringing a period of hail to some areas.


Blustery, wintry weather will continue to affect Wisconsin the rest
of the weekend as strong low pressure passes by to the south.  More
snow will fall across northern Wisconsin, with an additional 5 to as
much as 15 inches falling through Sunday night.  Areas of mixed
rain, sleet and snow with some freezing rain are expected farther
south across southern Wisconsin this period.  Winter Storm Warnings
and Advisories will remain in effect through Sunday.  Travel across
northern Wisconsin is not advised.

Strong winds will continue across southern Wisconsin, with gusts as
high as 45 mph.  This will cause small branches to fall and possibly
affect power lines.  The winds will begin to ease a bit tonight.

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