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
331 AM CDT SAT APR 19 2014

THROUGH THE EARLY OVERNIGHT HOURS...HIGH PRESSURE STRETCHED FROM
HUDSON BAY TO THE CENTRAL GREAT LAKES TO THE GULF COAST. SKIES
WERE MAINLY CLEAR LATE IN THE EVENING BUT MIDDLE AND HIGH LEVEL
CLOUDS ENTERED NORTH-CENTRAL WISCONSIN SHORTLY AFTER MIDNIGHT.
THESE CLOUDS WERE AHEAD OF A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM LIFTING NORTHEAST
ACROSS THE DAKOTAS. BUT AREAS OF RAIN REMAINED WELL WEST OF THE
REGION...OVER NORTHERN MINNESOTA AND EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA.
TEMPERATURES EARLY THIS MORNING WERE SEASONABLE AND RANGED FROM
THE MIDDLE 20S AT IRON MOUNTAIN TO THE MIDDLE 30S OVER THE FOX VALLEY.

THE WEEKEND WEATHER WILL BE UNSETTLED AS A WEAK COLD FRONT SAGS
THROUGH THE REGION. RAIN IS EXPECTED IN NORTHERN WISCONSIN BY
THIS AFTERNOON...SPREADING ACROSS THE REST OF THE REGION TONIGHT
AND SUNDAY. DESPITE THE RAIN...TEMPERATURES WILL WARM INTO THE 60S
BY SUNDAY.

MELTING SNOW AND ADDITIONAL RAINFALL WILL CONTINUE TO PRODUCE
SOME RIVER FLOODING.

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MPC






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