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While northern Wisconsin gets big snow mostly rain strikes Milwaukee...

CREATED Feb 28, 2012
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  A huge storm system will begin pulling warmer air and a lot of moisture into our region tonight through Wednesday. Milwaukee will see mostly rain and could get more than an inch overnight. Parts of Northern Wisconsin could be digging out of a foot of snow, but we'll dodge the bullet again.  Temperatures on Wednesday across the Milwaukee area will remain warm enough to support more rain and then a rain/snow mix late.  Our Northern communities could see more slushy accumulation but still under an inch while everyone else will see rain. Temperatures on Wednesday will range in the mid to upper-forties. Thursday will have a little sunshine and high temperatures in the low to mid-forties.

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