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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
901 AM CDT Thu May 17 2018

Seasonally warm conditions were prevalent across the state on
Wednesday with high temperatures topping out in the low to upper
80s with the hottest point in the state being in Superior. Some
rain showers and a few storms occurred in far northern Wisconsin
though rainfall amounts were on the light side at less than a
tenth of an inch. Low temperatures remained mild as well this
morning with temperatures ranging from the upper 30s in the
northern part of the state to the low 60s in far southern

More dry and seasonally warm conditions are expected over the next
few days with some rain showers and a few storms possible in far
west central Wisconsin this afternoon and evening. High
temperatures today will range from the low 80s in southwest
Wisconsin to the upper 60s in northeast Wisconsin. The next more
widespread shot at rain comes on Friday night in eastern and far
northwest Wisconsin. Another round of rain is expected for Sunday
on into Monday though amounts should remain light.


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