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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
903 AM CST Sat Jan 18 2020


The chilly area of high pressure moved out of Wisconsin early
yesterday, which gave way to the approaching low pressure system.
The low pressure system started to spread snow across the state
during the mid/late afternoon hour. High temperatures climbed into
the low 20s to low 30s for the entire state. Snow continued to
fall throughout the evening hours and snowfall was heavy at times.
Southern Wisconsin had a brief period of a wintry mix of freezing
rain and snow in the early morning hours. Low temperatures fell
into the upper teens to upper 20s for the entire state.


Another round of snowfall is moving through Wisconsin this morning
as the low pressure system moves east through the Great Lakes
Region. This snowfall could bring brief bursts of moderate
snowfall. High temperatures are expected to climb into the mid 20s
to upper 30s for the entire state. Gusty west will develop by
midday and continue this afternoon into tonight. The gusty winds
could cause blowing and drifting snow. Low temperatures are
expected to fall into the negative single digits to positive mid
teens with the warmest temperatures found along the Lake Michigan
and Superior lake shores. The combination of winds and cold
temperatures is expected to bring wind chills near or below 20
below zero.

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