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Warmer air moves in after the morning fog on Wednesday...

CREATED Nov 20, 2012
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Skies clear out but dense fog forms overnight, with a Dense Fog Advisory issued for all of southeast Wisconsin this Tuesday night. Temperatures will fall between 33 and 37 degrees across southeast Wisconsin. Patchy fog will stick around in the morning, and may cause a few early morning travel issues across the region. The rest of Wednesday will be mostly sunny with high temperatures near 60 degrees.  The dry weather persists into most of Thanksgiving Day, though there could be an isolated shower in the evening after high temperatures close in on 60 degrees for a second day in a row.  Look for a dramatic change in temperatures as a powerful cold front sweeps through the state Thanksgiving night dropping temperatures into the upper-30's to around forty degrees by Black Friday and the weekend.

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