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Wet, Windy, & Warm

CREATED Feb 14, 2013
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The "Clippers" are back.  Another fast moving low pressure center is diving toward us from Canada and has already spread some rain, sleet, and snow across the area through the overnight hours.  We'll continue to see periods of light rain and snow today, light snow again tonight, and lingering flurries into tomorrow.  After all is said and done total accumulations won't amount to very much, maybe an inch.  The bigger story comes behind the storm system with a huge decline in temperatures by the end of the work week.  Friday's highs will only be in the 20s and Saturday our readings might not even climb out of the teens.  If you don't like the cold there's good news, too.  This Arctic blast will be brief with readings back to near 30 by Sunday.
Have a great Thursday!

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Milwaukee, WI

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