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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTH-CENTRAL AND NORTHEAST WISCONSIN
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREEN BAY WI
327 AM CDT WED MAY 4 2016

AN AREA OF RAIN BLOSSOMED ALONG A COLD FRONT LATE LAST
EVENING...AND BROUGHT SOME HEAVY DOWNPOURS AT TIMES TO CENTRAL AND
NORTHEAST WISCONSIN. THESE SHOWERS MOVED INTO SOUTHEAST WISCONSIN
BY EARLY THIS MORNING. BEHIND THE FRONT...SKIES PARTIALLY CLEARED
OVER NORTH-CENTRAL WISCONSIN...LEADING TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF
PATCHY DENSE FOG. THIS FOG DROPPED VISIBILITIES BELOW A QUARTER
MILE AT TIMES AT RHINELANDER AND MERRILL. TEMPERATURES EARLY THIS
MORNING WERE FALLING TO AROUND 40 DEGREES AT LAND O LAKES...AND TO
THE MIDDLE 40S OVER THE SOUTHERN FOX VALLEY.

A BRIEF COOL DOWN IS EXPECTED TODAY AND TONIGHT BEFORE
TEMPERATURES WARM WELL ABOVE NORMAL FOR FRIDAY. FROST IS POSSIBLE
NORTH AND WEST OF THE FOX VALLEY TONIGHT...SO BE SURE TO TAKE
PROTECTIVE ACTIONS WITH YOUR SENSITIVE VEGETATION.

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MPC



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