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More mild air for Tuesday and Wednesday before a cold front brings in autumn...

CREATED Oct 1, 2012
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Clouds from a storm to our south over the Ohio valley have been moving over southeast Wisconsin and will continue tonight. Low temperatures will be in the mid to upper-forties. High temperatures on Tuesday through Thursday will be in the mid-sixties to low-seventies. Moisture from a storm system from the south arrives midweek and gives us our best chance of rain, mainly during the day on Wednesday.  Even then, the chances of any significant precipitation are slim since the air close to the surface remains extremely dry. There is a strong cold front moving out of Canada tomorrow and will  be pushing this way for Thursday. We will notice a much cooler air mass building in behind it for the end of the week and into next weekend ushering high temperatures back down in the low to mid 50s.

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Milwaukee, WI

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