Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Green Bay, WI

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AWUS83 KGRB 151615

Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
1115 AM CDT Sun Oct 15 2017

Areas of drizzle and showers pushed across the area during the
early to mid morning hours, ending from west to east during the
late morning. Skies were generally mostly cloudy, with the sun
only making some brief appearances. North to northwest gusted
between 20 and 35 mph for many locations, with some locations
across Door County seeing gusts over 40 mph. Temperatures at 11 AM
ranged from the lower 40s over north-central Wisconsin, to the
middle and upper 40s across east-central Wisconsin.

Rain chances will diminish late this morning and early afternoon
as an area of low pressure pulls away from the region. North to
northwest winds will gust between 20 and 35 mph through early
afternoon, locally higher across Door County, then diminish
through the rest of the afternoon as a ridge of high pressure
approaches from the west.

An upper-level trough of low pressure is forecast to quickly
sweep southeast across Wisconsin this evening, bringing some
clouds to the region, but no precipitation is expected. This
trough will reinforce the cooler air over the area and if the
clouds can depart fast enough, parts of central Wisconsin could
see their first frost of the season.

Monday is looking to be a pleasant day as high pressure resides
to our south. Under mostly sunny skies, temperatures are forecast
to be close to normal for mid-October.


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