Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Green Bay, WI

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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
842 PM CDT Sat Mar 25 2017

Cloudy conditions persisted across the region this evening, with
areas of light rain and drizzle over much of central and northeast
Wisconsin. Evening temperatures were holding fairly steady into
the mid 30s.

A soggy weekend is in store as more rain moves in from south to
north by tonight over most locations. Freezing rain could bring
some ice accumulation to far north central Wisconsin overnight as
temperatures there fall below freezing.

Abundant clouds and precipitation will result in below normal
high temperatures and above normal lows for the weekend.

Most of the rain should exit the area by Monday afternoon as high
pressure slides into the region. The middle of the week should
remain dry before another chance at rain moves in for the end of
the week.

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