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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
849 AM CDT Thu Apr 12 2018


Temperatures over achieved across southern Wisconsin on Wednesday.
many sites hit readings in the upper 50s to lower 60s. The lake
breeze kicked in during the early afternoon and dropped lakeshore
temperatures into the 40s. High temperatures Wednesday were in the
mid to upper 40s across the north half of the state.

An area of rain showers developed over southern Wisconsin
Wednesday evening and tracked northeastward through the state
during the overnight hours. Up to a quarter inch of rain fell.


Southern Wisconsin will see sunshine for a good portion of the
day, allowing temperatures to rise into the lower 60s. Northern
Wisconsin will stay under the clouds today, so highs will be in
the mid 40s.

A slow moving low pressure system tracking through the Midwest will
bring periods of rain, snow and an icy mixture to Wisconsin
beginning tonight and persisting through the weekend. Snow will
develop across far northern Wisconsin late tonight and accumulate
through Sunday. Central Wisconsin will begin seeing snow Saturday
night, and southern Wisconsin has the best chance for snow on
Sunday. Freezing rain and sleet are a concern for all of Wisconsin
at times. Stay tuned for more details on this system as it


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