- Associated Press - Monday, December 14, 2015

MILWAUKEE (AP) - Temperatures in Wisconsin feel more like spring than mid-December.

Widespread, consistent rain is causing slick conditions for commuters Monday morning. And the National Weather Service has posted a flood warning for rivers near Baraboo, Blanchardville, New Munster, Martintown, Brodhead and Portage. Flood watches and advisories are in effect for other parts of the state as well.

Forecasters say the rain will taper off with fog, drizzle, wind and slowing fall temperatures Monday afternoon.

More normal temperatures are expected to arrive later this week with highs Thursday back in the lowr 30s.

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