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
316 AM CDT Mon May 29 2017

After a brief clearing trend in the evening, clouds rolled back
into the region during the overnight hours, accompanied by
isolated light rain showers. Low temperatures ranged from the
middle to upper 40s north, lower to middle 50s south.

The chance for showers and a few afternoon thunderstorms will
continue today as a closed upper low moves across southern Ontario
and an associated upper trough rotates through Wisconsin. The
combination of precipitation, thick clouds and a gusty west wind
will send temperatures below normal for Memorial Day.

The chance for rain showers will carry over into the evening
hours, before the loss of daytime heating ends the precipitation
threat for all but the far north, where a slight chance of
showers to persist through the night.

The chance of showers is forecast to continue into Tuesday as the
region to reside on the cyclonic side of the broad upper trough
encompassing the entire Great Lakes. Daytime heating would favor a
better chance of seeing precipitation during the afternoon hours.
Tuesday also looks to be the coolest day of the week with readings
around 10 degrees below normal.

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AK


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