Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
326 AM CDT Thu Jul 20 2017

Several thunderstorm complexes moved across southern Wisconsin
during the overnight hours. The northern edge of the precipitation
shield brought scattered showers to central and east-central
Wisconsin, while northern Wisconsin stayed dry under partly cloudy
skies. Low temperatures ranged from the middle 50s far north-
central, to the upper 60s across east-central Wisconsin.

These thunderstorms are forecast to continue tracking southeast
away from the region today, allowing for a weak area of high
pressure to move into Wisconsin this afternoon. Look for a gradual
decrease in clouds from north to south today with temperatures
again above normal.

This weak high pressure to remain over the Great Lakes tonight
bringing mostly clear skies and light winds to the area. This may
set the stage for fog development overnight. Clouds are forecast
to quickly return to the region Friday morning as a warm front
begins to lift slowly north. By Friday afternoon, shower and
thunderstorm chances will be on the increase, especially over
central Wisconsin.

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