Area Forecast Discussion
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Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
308 PM CDT Sun Sep 17 2017

Forecast discussion for routine afternoon forecast issuance

.SHORT TERM...Tonight and Monday
Issued at 308 PM CDT Sun Sep 17 2017

Showers exited Wisconsin as a cold front pushed east of the state.
Much of the forecast area only had some thin clouds by mid
afternoon. Surface high pressure is expected to build into the
area overnight. This should allow for at least patchy fog in the
north but will have to monitor fog trends this evening to
determine whether an advisory may be necessary. Other than that,
temperatures are forecast to bottom out in the 40s to lower 50s at
most locations. Any fog should dissipate shortly after sunrise
Monday. Skies will start out partly cloudy but return flow
combined with a mid level short wave will bring showers to the
area during the afternoon. High temperatures are expected to be
near or a little above normal despite increasing clouds and
showers.

.LONG TERM...Monday Night Through Sunday
Issued at 308 PM CDT Sun Sep 17 2017

Temperatures will warm through the work week with mid level
ridging and height rises bring warmer temperatures to the western
Great Lakes. By the middle to end of the work week and into the
early part of next weekend highs will be around 80 degrees, which
will be a good 10 degrees or more above normal for this time of
year. By next Sunday showers and thunderstorms will limit highs to
the 70s. During this stretch several shortwaves will ride along
the periphery of the mid level ridge and bring chances of showers
and thunderstorms at times across the region.
&&

.AVIATION...for 18Z TAF Issuance
Issued at 1254 PM CDT Sun Sep 17 2017

Mainly VFR conditions behind a departing cold front. MVFR ceilings
in the east should improve to VFR while MVFR ceilings in the far
north persist. IFR/LIFR fog is expected to develop in parts of
northern Wisconsin late tonight into early Monday morning before
fog burns off and VFR conditions prevail across the area by
midday.
&&

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

$$

SHORT TERM.....MG
LONG TERM......Kurimski
AVIATION.......MG



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