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Do you have some beautiful and unique pictures of weather that occurred in the National Weather Service's Milwaukee/Sullivan Forecast Area?
Would you like to have them included on our Photo Gallery page? Please email your digital photos to the webmaster at: w-mkx.webmaster@noaa.gov
Please keep photo submissions below 500kb - max height/width 1000/800 pixels. They will be reviewed, and if they pass the "test", we will include them on the page!
We also ask you to include the Month/Day/Year/County/Nearest City of the weather event captured on film. If you'd like your name included, please provide that as well. Since these will be on a government web site, they will be part of the public domain. No copyright privileges will exist. Thanks for participating!

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