Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
337 AM CDT Wed Oct 11 2017

Cloudy skies with occasional light rain showers occurred across
central and east-central Wisconsin during the overnight hours. Far
northern WI held on to mostly clear to partly cloudy skies and dry
conditions as high pressure to the north helped to send dry air
into that part of the state. Low temperatures ranged from around
30 degrees over the colder locations of Vilas county, to around 50
degrees across east-central WI.

The system responsible for the light showers is forecast to move
toward the eastern Great Lakes region today. Lingering patchy
drizzle will be possible across eastern Wisconsin this morning.
Sky conditions will range from mostly sunny north to mostly cloudy

Northeast Wisconsin is expected to be on the western fringe of
high pressure centered over southern Quebec tonight. As winds veer
more to the south later tonight, increasing moisture should bring
a thicker cloud cover to the area with most locations mostly
cloudy by daybreak.

Little change is forecast on Thursday as south winds aloft
continue to pull more moisture into Wisconsin. Mostly cloudy skies
can be expected with temperatures slightly above normal.


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