Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
354 AM CDT Tue Mar 28 2017

While skies became mostly clear across the north during the
overnight hours, clouds were stubborn to leave across central and
east-central Wisconsin. There was also patchy fog that developed
where skies had cleared. Low temperatures ranged from the lower to
middle 20s north, but held from the middle 30s to around 40
degrees under the clouds.

Canadian high pressure is forecast to build south into the Great
Lakes today and shove the last of these clouds out of the area by
midday. This would allow for mostly sunny skies to take over this
afternoon and send temperatures above normal. This high pressure
will linger over the region through tonight keeping mostly clear
to partly cloudy skies with light east to northeast winds.

Clouds are expected to be on the increase for Wednesday, ahead of
our next weather system moving out of the Rockies. No
precipitation is expected during the daylight hours, but the
clouds will hold temperatures down a bit, especially over eastern
Wisconsin where increasing northeast winds off of cold Lake
Michigan to keep readings below normal.


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