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Area Conditions for Beaver Dam, WI
 
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Temperature: 67 oF
Feels Like: 67 oF
Humidity: 84%
Barometer: 29.92
Dew Point: 62 oF
Wind Dir.: SW
Wind Speed: 10 mph
Sunrise: 6:20
Sunset: 7:28
Observation: Mostly Sunny
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As reported at JUNEAU, WI at 11:00 AM

5-day Forecast for Beaver Dam, WI
Date Tue
9/2
Wed
9/3
Thu
9/4
Fri
9/5
Sat
9/6
Weather Condition Rain Clear Thunder Storms Thunder Storms Partly Cloudy
Weather Rain Clear Thunder Storms Thunder Storms Partly Cloudy
Temperature (°F)
Low/High
54/76 57/79 68/86 60/75 54/69
Feels Like (°F)
Low/High
54/76 57/79 68/90 60/75 54/69
Dew Point (°F) 58 57 64 53 45
Humidity (%) 60 60 64 52 48
Wind Speed (mph) 6 8 13 8 4
Precipitation
Chance
(%)
20 - 65 75 -
Precipitation
Amount
(inches)
S=Snow, L=Liquid
Rain
0.01
None Rain
0.21
Rain
0.17
None
Evapo-
transpiration

(inches/day)
0.13 0.15 0.2 0.16 0.11
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DTN Weather Summary

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Bryce Anderson – DTN Meteorologist
Dry Monday for Most of Canada, US Areas

A swath of moderate to locally heavy rain is in store for the southern and eastern Midwest Tuesday, focusing on the Missouri Bootheel and Ohio Valley. We'll see a drier trend in the remainder of the primary U.S. and Canadian Prairies crop regions. Temperatures will be mild in northern and central areas, and hot in the southern sections. This combination is mostly favorable for crops; however, recently-hot conditions are diminishing soil moisture in the Southern Plains for wheat planting. » More DTN Weather Commentary

Posted at 5:53AM Tue Sep 2, 2014 CDT
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