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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
845 AM CDT Fri Apr 13 2018

.PAST 24 HOURS...

Thursday began with clouds and fog across the north, with lots of
sunshine in the south.  We had quite a range in high temperatures
across the state with the north staying in the mid 30s while the
south warmed into the 60s. One of the hot spots was Kenosha with a
high of 69F.

Overnight, rain pushed into southern and central Wisconsin, the
north stayed dry.  A severe thunderstorm, producing large hail,
rolled through parts of southwest and south central Wisconsin. Lows
overnight were in the upper 20s far north to the mid and upper 30s
south.

.FORECAST...

A major spring storm will hit Wisconsin over the weekend. Winter
weather headlines are in effect over much of Wisconsin.  Snow
develops across the north with mainly rain across the south. The
south will see a transition over to snow later Saturday night into
Sunday. There could even be a period of freezing rain over central
and southern Wisconsin. Total snowfall is expected to be in the 10
to 14 inch range over the northern 1/3 of the state, tapering off to
the south.  Total rainfall across the south will be in the 1.5 to
2.5 inch range. Travel will be hazardous to the north. Rivers will
likely begin to rise with a few possibly reaching flood stage.  High
temperatures this weekend will be in the 30s.

$$
Davis



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