Area Forecast Discussion
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FXUS63 KGRB 292035
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Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
335 PM CDT SUN MAY 29 2016

Forecast discussion for routine afternoon forecast issuance

.SHORT TERM...Tonight and Monday
Issued at 335 PM CDT Sun May 29 2016

Showers, and possibly a couple of thunderstorms, continued to make
their way across the forecast area as a mid level trough and a
cold front pushed east of Wisconsin. Models showed some mid level
short wave energy passing through the state during the evening,
but it looks like it will be far enough to the south to keep any
rain associated with it out of this area. Surface high pressure
and an upstream mid level ridge should keep the rest of the night
and Memorial Day dry. There could be some fog during the night as
clouds dissipate and winds weaken. Heavier rain across central and
north central Wisconsin the past 24 hours make those areas the
more likely spots for any fog formation.

Blended the previous forecast temperatures with a couple of the
better performing guidance sets. Looks like warmer than normal
temperatures but less humid for Memorial Day.

.LONG TERM...Monday Night Through Sunday
Issued at 335 PM CDT Sun May 29 2016

A quiet night expected for much of Monday night as a weak ridge
passes eastward. Return flow on the backside will increase clouds
overnight with progs persistent with convection possibly making
back into central Wisconsin toward Tuesday morning.

Precipitation chances will continue to be on the increase tuesday
into Tuesday night as an 850 mb and surface front slowly work
across the state from west to east. Pwats climb back into the
1.50 inch range by Tuesday evening while the rrq region of the
upper jet drifts into the state from the west. Combination of
increasingly moist unstable air mass with some forcing could lead
to some strong to severe storms. But more than likely with the
slowly frontal movement and plume of moisture working into the
area...a period of heavy rain possible from tuesday into wednesday.

Progs fairly similar with timing the surface front departing east
of the area late Wednesday afternoon or evening to start a trend
to diminish the convection.

The Northern Plains and Western Great Lakes region returns to
more of a upper northwest flow pattern...with a trend toward
slightly cooler and drier conditions. Will continue the chance
for afternoon diurnal showers Thursday due to the cyclonic flow
aloft.

The northwest flow turns more noisy next weekend with a few short
waves sliding southeast over the area. The primary system appears
toward saturday into saturday night with both the GFS and ECMWF
very similar with an 850 trough tracking through the area.
&&

.AVIATION...for 18Z TAF Issuance
Issued at 103 PM CDT Sun May 29 2016

VFR and MVFR ceilings, and VFR visibilities, prevailed across the
area at midday. Winds shifted to the west overnight/this morning
with the passage of a cold front. A line of showers, and possibly
a thunderstorm or two, extended from upper Michigan south across
far eastern Wisconsin at 1730Z. Isolated to scattered showers
were the rule across the rest of the area and they are expected
to continue for much of the rest of the day. Expect showers to end
and clouds to decrease with the loss of daytime heating and
passage of an upper level trough axis. Some fog may develop during
the night, with central and north central Wisconsin being the more
likely locations.
&&

.GRB WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
NONE.
&&

$$

SHORT TERM.....MG
LONG TERM......TDH
AVIATION.......MG



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