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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTH-CENTRAL AND NORTHEAST WISCONSIN
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREEN BAY WI
308 AM CDT WED APR 27 2016

HIGH CLOUDS RETURNED TO THE AREA DURING THE OVERNIGHT HOURS AS
THUNDERSTORMS MOVED INTO IOWA. LOW TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE
MIDDLE TO UPPER 20S NORTH...TO THE MIDDLE 30S SOUTH.

A SYSTEM IS FORECAST TO MOVE FROM THE CENTRAL PLAINS TOWARD THE
MIDWEST TODAY AND BRING AN INCREASE IN CLOUDS TO THE REGION. THERE
IS ALSO A SLIGHT CHANCE OF A LATE DAY RAIN SHOWER OVER CENTRAL
WISCONSIN...GENERALLY SOUTH AND WEST OF A LINE FROM MARSHFIELD TO
WAUTOMA.

AS AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE MOVES ACROSS THE MIDWEST TONIGHT...IT
WILL HELP TO LIFT AN OCCLUDED FRONT NORTHWARD INTO CENTRAL
SECTIONS OF ILLINOIS AND INDIANA. MOISTURE WILL GET PULLED NORTH
OF THIS FRONTAL BOUNDARY AND WRAP AROUND THE LOW PRESSURE. LIGHT
RAIN SHOWERS ARE FORECAST TO REACH CENTRAL AND EAST-CENTRAL
WISCONSIN...MAINLY AFTER MIDNIGHT. MEANWHILE...A DRY NORTHEAST
WIND FROM HIGH PRESSURE OVER SOUTHERN CANADA SHOULD KEEP NORTHERN
WISCONSIN DRY TONIGHT.

THIS SYSTEM IS EXPECTED TO TRACK EAST ACROSS SOUTHERN SECTIONS OF
THE GREAT LAKES ON THURSDAY AND CONTINUE TO BRING THE THREAT FOR
ADDITIONAL RAIN SHOWERS MAINLY TO THE SOUTHERN TWO-THIRDS OF
WISCONSIN. TEMPERATURES ARE FORECAST TO REMAIN BELOW NORMAL
THROUGH THURSDAY BEFORE A MODERATION CLOSER TO NORMAL IS NOTED FOR
THE END OF THE WEEK.

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