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
250 AM CDT FRI JUL 29 2016

Slow moving showers and storms developed over the Fox Valley and
Lakeshore overnight in response to a weak mid level disturbance
over the area. Otherwise, skies remained mostly cloudy across all
of northeast Wisconsin excluding the far north where it cleared
out. This caused a wide temperature range through the early
morning hours, with locations up north with clear skies dropping
into the middle 40s, but the rest of northeast Wisconsin where
clouds hung tight staying steady in the lower 60s.

A low pressure system and upper level disturbance will continue
to produce scattered showers over east central Wisconsin this
morning into the afternoon. The rest of the area should stay dry
under partly cloudy skies.

As this system departs tonight, the chances for rain will end.
Canadian high pressure will settle over the northern Great Lakes
for the weekend, bringing dry weather, seasonable temperatures, and
partly to mostly sunny skies to the area into early next week.

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