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
401 AM CDT Tue Apr 25 2017

Mostly cloudy skies, mild conditions and a few sprinkles prevailed
across the region during the overnight hours. Low temperatures
ranged from the lower 40s over the far northeast corner of the
state, to the upper 50s across parts of central Wisconsin.

After a dry morning, rain shower chances are expected to increase
across central Wisconsin ahead of a slow-moving cold front to our
west and upper-level disturbances lifting northeast ahead of a
broad trough of low pressure over central part of the country.

The rain chances will steadily increase tonight as an area of low
pressure is forecast to ride along the cold front across western
Wisconsin. There will be enough instability ahead of the cold
front to allow for a slight chance of thunderstorms across central
and east-central Wisconsin.

Due to the slow overall movement of this system in general,
showers and isolated thunderstorms are forecast to remain over the
region through Wednesday. Some of this precipitation could be
locally heavy with some locations picking up over an inch of rain
by Wednesday evening.


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