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NWS Milwaukee 9h
Warm temperatures for Easter Sunday.
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NWS Milwaukee 11h
Replying to @Ray_Eight_Ten
So far, 65 out here, but it is bouncing around a few degrees from hour to hour.
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NWS Milwaukee 11h
Beautiful day at the office!
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ReadyWisconsin 15h
Using river gauges allows ReadyWisconsin and its partners to see when and where flooding could be at its worse throughout the state. You can find current river forecasts online at
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NWS Milwaukee 21h
Warmer weather expected through the weekend, though daily lake breezes will keep temps cooler near the lake. Rain chances return Monday.
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NWS Milwaukee Apr 19
This weekend will be warm and sunny. Highs will be in the 60s on Saturday and in the 70s on Sunday. Expect cooler temperatures by the lake.
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NWS Milwaukee Apr 19
Ready for the return of 70 degree weather? You won't have to wait long, as a very pleasant weekend is in store for southern Wisconsin!
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NWS Milwaukee Apr 18
Pleasant Weekend Ahead!
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NWS Milwaukee Apr 18
Clouds will slowly decrease overnight resulting in sunny skies Friday and into the weekend. Temperatures will warm each day but areas along the lake will be around 10 degrees cooler than farther inland. Friday will be a little windy with gusts of 30 to 40 mph.
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NOAA NCEI Climate Apr 18
Replying to @NOAANCEIclimate
At 1.91°F above the 20th century average of 54.9°F, the March 2019 global temperature ranked as the second warmest March on record:
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NOAA NCEI Climate Apr 18
Replying to @NOAANCEIclimate
March global sea surface temperature was 1.31°F above the 20th century average of 60.7°F, second only to March 2016:
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NOAA NCEI Climate Apr 18
Replying to @NOAANCEIclimate
March Antarctic sea ice extent was 21.6% below average—the second smallest on record, behind 2017:
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NWS Milwaukee Apr 18
Lingering showers today, especially southeast. Cooler with highs in the upper 40s to around 50. Mainly dry weather and warming temps then Friday into the weekend, but cooler near Lake Michigan. It could hit 70 away from the lake on Sunday!
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NWS Milwaukee Apr 17
Thunderstorms with small hail. Storms could intensify in southwest and far southern Wisconsin. If thunder roars, go indoors.
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NWS Milwaukee Apr 17
Severe Thunderstorm Warning including Mineral Point WI, Belmont WI, Waldwick WI until 8:30 PM CDT
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NWS Milwaukee Apr 17
Some T-storms with hail up to penny size in SW and south-central WI
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NWS Milwaukee Apr 17
The severe potential will be tied to the front which will reach southwestern Wisconsin around 7pm. Large hail is the main threat but there is a tornado potential southwest of Madison. Keep updated with the ongoing weather this evening.
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NWS Milwaukee Apr 17
***UPDATE*** The severe storm potential has been delayed by a few hours. The severe threat will be mainly tied to the front moving through this evening between 7-11PM. The main threat will be large hail, but a tornado or two is possible southwest of Madison.
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NWS Milwaukee Apr 17
Chance for severe storms this afternoon and evening. Best potential will be from 4 to 11 PM from west to east. The main threat will be large hail, but a tornado or two is possible southwest of Madison. Please message us your reports with any significant weather.
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NWS Milwaukee Apr 17
Showers/storms exiting into central WI. Watching eastern Iowa for redevelopment. Few severe storms possible late afternoon/evening.
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