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
1018 AM CDT SUN MAY 17 2015

AREAS OF FOG EARLY THIS MORNING HAS LARGELY GIVEN WAY...EXCEPT ON
THE IMMEDIATE SHORE OF LAKE MICHIGAN AND ON THE WATERS OF LAKE
MICHIGAN AND THE CENTRAL BAY. AFTER A BRIEF PERIOD OF
CLEARING...SKIES HAVE AGAIN BECOME MOSTLY CLOUDY ACROSS THE
AREA. TEMPERATURES IN THE MID-MORNING HAVE RISEN INTO THE MIDDLE
60S AND LOWER 70S...WARMEST WHERE THE MOST SUNLIGHT HAS FILTERED
THROUGH. THE LAKESHORE REMAINS COOLER.

THE MAIN STORY FOR TODAY WILL BE THE RISK FOR SEVERE
THUNDERSTORMS THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING AHEAD OF AND ALONG A
STRONG COLD FRONT. SOME OF THE STRONGER STORMS COULD PRODUCE
DAMAGING WINDS AND LARGE HAIL. ISOLATED TORNADOES ARE ALSO
POSSIBLE BUT ARE NOT THE MOST SIGNIFICANT HAZARD TODAY. MUCH
COLDER AIR IS EXPECTED TO MOVE INTO THE REGION ON MONDAY AFTER THE
FRONTAL PASSAGE.

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