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Wet, Windy, & Raw

CREATED Apr 11, 2013
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Flooding is becoming less of a concern as the worst of the heavy rain pulls away.  Still, we'll continue to have more rounds of showers developing again today, especially North, though any rain won't be as heavy as the last several days.  With low pressure finally tracking to our South, East to Northeast winds will slam through our neighborhoods with gusts as high as 35 mile per hour.  Those brisk breezes off of Lake Michigan will limit temperatures once again to a very cool high of about 40 degrees.  With colder air filtering in above our heads behind the storm center, rain will mix with and even change over to snow for a time tonight.  Look for more clouds on Friday with scattered snow showers.  Saturday looks to be the driest day ahead with even more active weather returning on Sunday.

Have a great Thursdsay!

Scott Steele

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Milwaukee, WI

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