Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Green Bay, WI

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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin...CORRECTED
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
443 AM CDT Sun Oct 15 2017

Showers, accompanied by a few thunderstorms, moved across the
region during the overnight hours. The precipitation did diminish
during the pre-dawn hours. Most locations saw rain totals in the
one-quarter to three-quarters inch range with locally higher
amounts over one inch. Low temperatures ranged from the lower 40s
over north-central Wisconsin, to the lower 50s across east-central

Rain chances are forecast to gradually diminish this morning as an
area of low pressure pulls away from the region. The rain will be
replaced by windy conditions over central and eastern Wisconsin
with gusts of 30 to 40 mph possible during the morning, locally
higher across Door County. The winds will begin to diminish this
afternoon as a ridge of high pressure approaches from the west.

An upper-level trough of low pressure is forecast to quickly sweep
southeast across Wisconsin this evening, bringing some clouds to
the region, but no precipitation. This trough will reinforce the
cooler air over the area and if the clouds can depart fast enough,
parts of central Wisconsin could see their first frost of the

Monday is looking to be a pleasant day as high pressure resides to
our south. Under mostly sunny skies, temperatures are forecast to
be close to normal for mid-October.


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