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
321 AM CDT Fri Jul 21 2017

Dry conditions prevailed across the area during the early morning
hours. Patchy fog was found across the area, locally dense in a
few spots. High clouds were drifting across the area as well.
Temperatures at 3 AM ranged from the middle 50s to around 60
degrees in the Northwoods, to the middle to upper 60s in the Fox
Valley.

A dry start to the day is expected across the area, with any early
morning fog quickly dissipating, but look for clouds to continue
to increase through the morning hours. A warm front will approach
the area from the southwest later today and be the focus of
shower and thunderstorm development. There is still some
uncertainty where the heaviest rain and possible severe weather
will reside, but the highest chances will be across central
Wisconsin, with lower chances and amounts over northeast
Wisconsin. The strongest storms will produce torrential rain,
gusty winds, and hail. Another round of storms is possible
overnight as a complex of storms tracks southeast across the
region. Where storms move over the same location, over 2 inches
of rain is possible, which could lead to flooding. Make sure to
stay up to date with the latest forecast and possible watches and
warnings.

Showers and thunderstorms chances continue into Saturday as the
front remains in the area and upper level energy approaches from
the northwest.

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Bersch


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