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
340 AM CDT Thu May 25 2017

Variable cloudiness prevailed across the region during the
overnight hours with some locations mostly clear, while other
locations remained mostly cloudy. Where skies cleared, patchy fog
developed. Low temperatures ranged from the lower to middle 30s
over north-central Wisconsin, to the lower 50s south.

A weak ridge of high pressure is forecast to move across Wisconsin
today and keep most of the area dry. There may be a few afternoon
showers that pop up in the heating of the day. As this ridge
shifts east tonight, a weak upper-level disturbance is expected to
push into Wisconsin. This feature may kick off isolated rain
showers across central Wisconsin after midnight. Another round of
patchy fog will be possible later tonight as well.

The approach of another upper-level disturbance and surface cold
front on Friday will bring another chance of showers to the
region. Increasing instability in the afternoon may allow for a
few thunderstorms to develop across central Wisconsin.

Despite more clouds and rain chances, temperatures are forecast to
warm headed into the holiday weekend.


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