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Warmer air rolls back into southeast Wisconsin with a few flurries...

CREATED Jan. 22, 2013
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 There will be a few clouds tonight for partly cloudy skies and temperatures drop from zero to about four below zero well inland. There should be partly cloudy skies on Wednesday with the chance for a few flurries at times as the warmer air moves back into southeast Wisconsin. Once the jet steam lifts a bit farther North and our winds at the surface shift more Southerly, we'll see temperatures moderate slightly on Thursday and Friday into the low or midle twenties. There is a chance for some light snow late Thursday and Into earlt Friday with minor accumulations. We see a bigger warm-up moving in on Sunday and early next week.
 

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Milwaukee, WI

Broken Clouds
44°
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0%
Humidity
65%
Wind
SE at 7 mph
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