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
1116 AM CDT Sun Jun 25 2017

There were a few spotty showers across the area during the late
morning, but most of the area remained dry. Skies where partly to
mostly cloudy for most locations. Temperatures at 11 AM ranged
from the middle and upper 50s across central Wisconsin to the
lower to middle 60s in the Fox Valley.

Look for showers to increase in areal coverage this afternoon as
the next upper-level disturbance sweeps into the area. This
includes a chance of thunderstorms with the possibility of small
hail, brief gusty winds and brief heavy rainfall.

While any thunderstorm activity is expected to gradually
dissipate this evening, the chance for additional showers will
continue over most of the area through the night as the upper-
level disturbance to still be in the vicinity.

The region is forecast to reside in a cool, cyclonic flow regime
on Monday. Daytime heating will combine with the cool air aloft,
to create additional shower and thunderstorm chances.

Temperatures will remain unseasonably cool through Monday before
rebounding a bit on Tuesday with the return of sunshine.

$$

Bersch


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