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Election Day comes with forecasts of rain


If you're planning to vote in the upcoming recall primaries, you might want to bring an umbrella.

Forecasts call for scattered showers across the state Tuesday. Rain is expected to develop in northern Wisconsin in the morning and move toward the central and southern parts of the state by afternoon.

Marc Kavinsky is a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. He says there's also a chance of a few isolated thunderstorms in northern and central Wisconsin. He says the storms could include small hail, about half an inch in diameter or smaller.

High temperatures should range from the 50s to mid-60s across the state.

The most-watched races Tuesday include a Democratic primary for governor. The state elections board predicts a turnout of 30 percent to 35 percent.


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