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
412 PM CDT FRI SEP 23 2016

A large high pressure system over Ontario continue to funnel in
cool and breezy conditions across northern and central Wisconsin
through the afternoon hours. While mostly sunny conditions
prevailed north of a line from Merrill to Marinette, skies
remained mostly cloudy generally south of route 29. Temperatures
warmed into the middle and upper 60s at most locations by 3 pm.

Rivers will continue to crest or recede tonight as a result of the
heavy rains from the last few days. Moderate flooding is expected
on the Yellow River in Wood County. Though there will be a small
chance of showers or storms tonight over central Wisconsin, a cold
front will bring a better chance of rain from late Saturday night
through Sunday night and could aggravate any lingering flooding in
Wood County. Temperatures will be near normal through the
weekend, but are expected to turn below normal by the middle of
next week.


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