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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
911 AM CDT Tue Apr 17 2018


Snow showers lingered Monday morning across central and southern
Wisconsin. Light snow accumulations up to an inch occurred in
spots. The snow showers diminished during the afternoon, with some
flurries lingering in spots into the evening. There was another
area of snow showers that occurred in northeast and east central
Wisconsin in the evening.

Cloudy skies Monday occurred, with partial clearing Monday night
into early Tuesday morning in southern Wisconsin. Cold
temperatures lingered with gusty winds Monday into Monday night.

Highs Monday ranged from the middle 20s in northern Wisconsin, to
the middle 30s in southern Wisconsin. Lows Monday night ranged
from the upper teens to lower 20s in northern Wisconsin, to the
upper 20s in parts of southern Wisconsin.


Mostly cloudy skies are expected to spread south across the rest
of Wisconsin today. Some snow showers may occur in far northern
Wisconsin. Another cold day is expected, with highs in the middle
to upper 30s. Clouds should increase tonight, with cold lows in
the 20s lingering.

Low pressure passing to the south of Wisconsin Wednesday into
Wednesday evening will bring a band of moderate to perhaps heavy
snow across parts of central and southern Wisconsin. There may be
a wintry mix at the onset Wednesday morning.

Several inches of snow are possible Wednesday into Wednesday
evening in these areas, and will affect the evening commute. A
Winter Storm Watch and Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for
parts of southern Wisconsin.

Mainly quiet weather with slowly moderating temperatures are
expected for the rest of the week.

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