29. A low pressure system moving through Iowa and Illinois today brought rain to the southern quarter of the state, the section of the state that doesn't really need more precipitation.
While the rain has continued to fall most of the day, the rain shield didn't reach very far north. Eastern and central Wisconsin have been plagued with clouds from the low pressure, but the northwestern third of the state had blue skies and sunshine!
I captured this radar image (to the right) from KMKE in Milwaukee at 13:57 this afternoon. It shows the rain across the lower three tiers of counties.
I drew in a yellow line on the satellite image between the clear skies to the north and the clouds in the south.
Temperatures reached above freezing for all of Wisconsin today, the 32 degree line is barely visible across part of the UP of Michigan and the Arrowhead of Minnesota.