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Minor Moderation

CREATED Mar 22, 2013
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Another bright, cold day is on the way courtesy of high pressure moving through the region.  Winds have continued to diminish, so we shouldn't experience quite the chill of the last several days, but our readings will nonetheless remain significantly below the seasonal average maximum of 45 degrees.  Temperatures to day should top out close to freezing and pick up a few degrees over the weekend climbing into the mid 30s.  A storm system skirting just to our South will lead to a few more clouds on Saturday and even more grey skies on Sunday with some patchy flurries or snow showers mainly South, especially late, but at this point, the weekend looks mainly dry.
Enjoy today's sunshine and have a great weekend!

Scott Steele

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Milwaukee, WI

Broken Clouds
83°
Broken Clouds
Precip
40%
Humidity
37%
Wind
WNW at 10 mph
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