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Warmer, Windier, & Wetter

CREATED Apr 18, 2012
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A rather progressive flow in the upper levels of the atmosphere will bring the next storm system into our region today.  Low pressure tracking just to the North will drag up more moisture and trigger showers with a few thunderstorms around Southeast Wisconsin, mainly in the afternoon.  That unsettled pattern will stick around through Friday with several rounds of showers and thunderstorms likely.  After an initial surge of warm air sends readings way up into the 60s today, cooler air wrapping in behind the system will lead to chillier readings for the end of the work week.
Have a great Wednesday!

Scott Steele

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Milwaukee, WI

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46°
Overcast
Precip
70%
Humidity
93%
Wind
WNW at 5 mph
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