Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS83 KGRB 220825

Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
325 AM CDT Fri Sep 22 2017

Scattered thunderstorms developed across northwest Wisconsin and
northern Minnesota overnight ahead of a northward moving warm
front. Across our area, skies were clear across the south and
partly to mostly cloudy across the north. Patchy fog was also
noted, with some areas of dense fog along the Lake Michigan
shoreline. Temperatures early this morning were in the 60s,
which is typically our normal high for this time of year.

There is still a small chance of thunderstorms across northern
Wisconsin today as the warm front continues to lift northward.
If any storms do develop, they could contain small hail. Otherwise,
unseasonably warm or hot temperatures are expected to continue
through Monday with record or near record high temperatures
possible each day. High temperatures are expected to climb well
into the 80s, with a few readings in the lower 90s possible today
and Saturday. Afternoon heat indices today and Saturday away from
Lake Michigan will climb into the upper 80s to middle 90s.

It may be considerably cooler near Lake Michigan through the
period due to light southerly winds or fog off the lake.
Temperatures are expected to return closer to normal by the
latter half of next week.


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