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
911 PM CDT WED JUL 27 2016

Showers and thunderstorms pushed across most of the area this
evening, with only portions of the Fox Valley and lakeshore
staying dry through 9 PM. The strongest storms produced hail,
brief gusty winds, and torrential rain. Localized flooding also
occurred. Skies were mostly cloudy. Temperatures at 9 PM ranged
from the middle and upper 60s where it was raining to the middle
70s in the Fox Valley.

A cold front will combine with an upper level disturbance
approaching from Minnesota to continue to produce showers and
thunderstorms across the area late this evening into the early
overnight hours. Given the presence of a very moist air mass,
some of the storms will produce torrential rainfall. Local urban
flooding is possible. Brief gusty winds and small hail are also
possible in the strongest storms.

The chances for showers and storms will gradually end from north
to south late overnight into Thursday. This will be followed by
dry, cooler and less humid conditions for the end of the week, as
Canadian high pressure settles over the northern Great Lakes.


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