Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
325 AM CDT Mon Sep 18 2017

Generally partly cloudy skies and cooler conditions prevailed
across the region during the overnight hours. There was patchy
fog across the north where visibilities had dropped below one mile
at times. Low temperatures ranged from the upper 30s over north-
central Wisconsin to the lower to middle 50s near the bay and Lake

Clouds are expected to increase today in advance of an upper-level
disturbance approaching from the Midwest. By this afternoon, there
will be a chance of rain showers across central and north-central
Wisconsin. Temperatures are forecast to be near normal.

The chance of showers will continue through at least this evening,
before gradually diminishing overnight as the disturbance passes
by and weakens. Tuesday looks to be a dry day as the region to
reside on the southwest flank of high pressure located over
eastern Canada. Temperatures are expected to slowly moderate on
Tuesday with readings about 5 degrees above normal.


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