Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
840 PM CDT MON MAY 23 2016

High clouds have begun to work their way across the area from the
west, while bands of showers and thunderstorms remained farther
back in western Wisconsin and Minnesota. Evening temperatures have
fallen into the 70s for most, while Lakeshore locations continued
to be cooler.

Clouds will continue to increase from west to east through the
night, and the showers and thunderstorms to the west will continue
to work towards the area. In addition to higher precipitation
chances, clouds will keep low temperatures warmer tonight with
lows mostly in the 50s. Temperatures on the Lakeshore should fall
closer to 50 degrees, while the west will be closer to 60.

The emerging chance for storms signals a shift to a more
unsettled pattern, as a series of storm chances will move across
the Great Lakes this week. Temperatures will likely be cooler
than today, but should still be a little above average values for
late May.

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