Today’s weather in Wisconsin
The southern part of Wisconsin experiences a hot summer humid continental climate while the northern portion of the state experiences a warm summer humid continental climate. The highest temperature ever recorded in Wisconsin was 114 degrees Fahrenheit (46 degrees Centigrade) recorded on the 13th of July, 1936 in the Wisconsin Dells. The lowest temperature ever recorded in the state was -55 degrees Fahrenheit (-48 degrees Centigrade) recorded in the village of Couderay on the 2nd and 4th of February, 1996. The state of Wisconsin receives a large amount of regular snowfall which averages around 40 inches (101.6 cm) is the southern parts of the state and up to 160 inches (404.4 cm) in the Lake Superior snow belt each year. For weather information on Wisconsin's major cities, visit www.wisconsinweather.net.
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