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The warm air has arrived with forties for the rest of the week...

CREATED Jan 7, 2013
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Upper air winds from the west to souhwest has brought a few clouds to Milwaukee overnight and that will help keep temperatures seasonably mild. Overnight lows will range from the mid to upper-twenties across southeast Wisconsin.  With the jet stream well to our North this week, Arctic air remains locked up in Canada and temperatures around here will reach 40 degrees over the next couple of days and rise to the mid 40s by late week.  Meanwhile, a developing upper level disturbance in the Western US will push into the Midwest by the second half of the week leading to the potential for some rain Thursday and Friday.  Bottom line: quiet first half of the week, wet second half of the week, warm temperatures all the way through the week including Saturday.

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Milwaukee, WI

Broken Clouds
47°
Broken Clouds
Precip
10%
Humidity
90%
Wind
SSW at 8 mph
Alerts
0

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