Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Green Bay, WI

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AWUS83 KGRB 202117

Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
417 PM CDT TUE SEP 20 2016

Other than a sprinkle or two across far northern Wisconsin, dry
conditions prevailed across the area during the afternoon hours.
Skies ranged from partly to mostly cloudy for most spots.
Temperatures at 4 PM ranged from the upper 60s in the northwoods
to the upper 70s and lower 80s across the Fox Valley.

Dry weather is expected for much of the evening hours, then look
for the chance for showers and storms to spread into central
Wisconsin after midnight then into east central Wisconsin very
late tonight. Most of northern Wisconsin looks to stay dry.

On Wednesday, there is a chance for showers and storms during the
morning hours, then storms will become likely in the afternoon
and evening across the entire area as a frontal boundary stalls
over the region. Showers and storms will continue into Wednesday
night for most locations. The boundary will continue to bring
showers and storms to the area at times through Friday morning.

The potential for heavy rainfall will be the biggest hazard with
the showers and storms, especially starting Wednesday afternoon.
Rainfall totals over 2 inches will be possible for many spots,
especially central Wisconsin, which could lead to flooding.
Strong to severe storms are also possible, with the greatest
threat occurring overnight into Wednesday morning across central
and east central Wisconsin. Gusty winds and hail are the main
hazards with the strongest storms.


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