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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
907 AM CDT Sun Jul 12 2020

.PAST 24 HOURS...

Some showers and thunderstorms moved through far southwest
Wisconsin Saturday morning, exiting to the southeast by midday.
Partly sunny skies were then observed across the state in the
afternoon. Warm temperatures occurred once again across Wisconsin.
Highs Saturday ranged from the upper 70s to lower 80s in northern
Wisconsin, to the middle 80s in southern Wisconsin.

Some showers and thunderstorms moved through far southwest
Wisconsin again Saturday evening, with a few showers and storms
elsewhere across southern Wisconsin. Skies gradually cleared out
during the overnight hours across the state. Lows ranged from the
50s across northern Wisconsin, to the middle to upper 60s across
southern Wisconsin.

.FORECAST...

High pressure is expected to move gradually eastward across the
region today into Monday. The high will bring quiet weather, along
with warm temperatures and less humid conditions. Highs today
will range from the middle to upper 70s in northern and eastern
Wisconsin, to the upper 70s to lower 80s elsewhere. Lows tonight
will range from the 50s in northern Wisconsin, to the lower 60s in
southern Wisconsin.

A cold front is forecast to move east toward the region Monday
night, then into Wisconsin Tuesday and stalling out over the state
into Wednesday. The front will bring gradually increasing chances
for showers and thunderstorms during this period. The best chances
may be Tuesday into Tuesday night across northern Wisconsin. Warm
temperatures will remain during this period.

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