Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
326 AM CDT Wed May 24 2017

Cloudy skies prevailed across the region during the overnight
hours with the more persistent light rain showers taking place
across eastern Wisconsin. Low temperatures ranged from the middle
40s north to around 50 degrees south.

Higher rain chances will continue across eastern Wisconsin this
morning as an area of low pressure moves northeast along the Ohio
River. Precipitation chances are expected to slowly diminish from
northwest to southeast this afternoon as a weak ridge of high
pressure approaches from the west.

A break in the precipitation is expected for tonight into Thursday
as the surface ridge moves across the region. There could be some
patchy fog late tonight into Thursday morning.

After a cool day today, temperatures are forecast to begin a
warming trend that will continue into the first part of the
upcoming holiday weekend. While too early for specifics, it
appears that the first part of the weekend looks more promising
weather-wise than the latter part of the weekend when more rain
showers return.


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