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WISCONSIN WEATHER SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI
409 AM CDT TUE APR 28 2015

.YESTERDAY...

HIGH PRESSURE WAS CENTERED NEAR WISCONSIN MONDAY...KEEPING WEATHER
CONDITIONS MOSTLY SUNNY AND QUIET ACROSS THE STATE.

HIGH TEMPERATURES REACHED INTO THE 60S IN MOST AREAS BUT CONDITIONS
NEAR LAKE MICHIGAN WERE MUCH COOLER DUE TO A NORTHEAST WIND OFF OF
THE LAKE.  HIGH TEMPERATURES IN WISCONSIN ON MONDAY RANGED FROM 51
AT MILWAUKEE TO 70 AT LA CROSSE AND WAUPACA.  THE NORMAL HIGH
TEMPERATURES FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR ARE IN THE UPPER 50S AND LOWER
60S.

WINDS ON MONDAY WERE NORTH TO NORTHEAST 10 TO 20 MILES AN HOUR WITH
SOME HIGHER GUSTS.

.OVERNIGHT...

HIGH LEVEL CLOUDS MOVED INTO THE NORTHWEST LATER IN THE
NIGHT...OTHERWISE SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLEAR OVERNIGHT UNDER HIGH
PRESSURE. WINDS WERE LIGHT...WITH LOW TEMPERATURES RANGING FROM
THE UPPER 20S FAR NORTH-CENTRAL...TO THE MID AND UPPER 30S
SOUTHWEST.

.FORECAST...

OTHER THAN A CHANCE FOR SHOWERS IN THE NORTHWEST THIS
AFTERNOON...EXPECT DRY WEATHER ACROSS THE STATE THROUGH WEDNESDAY
MORNING.

LOW PRESSURE WILL THEN BRING A CHANCE FOR SHOWERS AND MAYBE A FEW
STORMS WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING.

HIGH PRESSURE SHOULD BRING DRY WEATHER BACK TO THE STATE
THURSDAY. THERE MAY BE A COUPLE SHOWERS OR STORMS FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY AS THE HIGH DEPARTS...BUT IT WILL LIKELY REMAIN DRY FOR
MOST OF THIS PERIOD.

A BETTER CHANCE FOR SHOWERS AND STORMS IS THEN EXPECTED TO RETURN
SUNDAY AND MONDAY.

TEMPERATURES WILL BE MAINLY ABOVE NORMAL THROUGH THE NEXT
WEEK...WITH THE WARMEST WEATHER EXPECTED OVER THE WEEKEND. COOLER
TEMPERATURES ARE LIKELY NEAR LAKE MICHIGAN AND LAKE SUPERIOR AT
TIMES.

$$

HAHN/DDV


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