Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Green Bay, WI

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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
1022 AM CDT Sun Apr 30 2017

Clouds blanketed the area during the morning hours. Some
locations some sprinkles, drizzle and fog. Temperatures at 10 AM
ranged from around 40 degrees in the Fox Valley to the middle 40s
in the Northwoods.

Drizzle will continue late this morning into the afternoon for
some locations, with the heavier rain increasing from south to
north later today into tonight as a strong system moves northeast
into the central Plains. Unseasonably cool temperatures and gusty
east to northeast winds will make conditions feel more like March
instead of the last day of April.

This system is forecast to move into the Midwest tonight and
eventually across Wisconsin on Monday. Locally heavy rain is
expected at times with amounts around one inch over northern and
central Wisconsin, up to one and one-half inches across east-
central Wisconsin by late Monday. In addition to the rain, brisk
east to northeast winds will persist tonight before turning
southwest and briefly subsiding on Monday. Lastly, do not be
surprised if we see some thunderstorms tonight as a warm front


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