Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Green Bay, WI

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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
303 AM CDT SAT OCT 15 2016

Low clouds overspread the region during the overnight hours and
with a steady south wind, temperatures were much more mild
compared to previous nights. Low temperatures ranged from the
middle to upper 40s over far northeast Wisconsin, lower to middle
50s elsewhere.

These clouds were in advance of a cold front that is forecast to
reach the Upper Mississippi Valley this afternoon and sweep across
Wisconsin tonight. Look for an increasing chance for showers and
isolated thunderstorms this afternoon mainly across northern and
central Wisconsin. The showers and isolated storms will then move
across the region this evening, before beginning to taper off from
northwest to southeast overnight. Areas of fog may be left in the
precipitation`s wake late tonight into Sunday morning.

A weak area of high pressure will move across Ontario on Sunday
and bring partly cloudy skies north, mostly cloudy skies south as
the cold front stalls near the Illinois border. Temperatures will
remain mild through the weekend into early next week.


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