Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
325 AM CDT Sat Oct 14 2017

Mostly clear skies north, partly to mostly cloudy skies with
patchy fog south prevailed during the overnight hours. This
allowed for a wide range in temperatures with upper 20s to lower
30s north, but only middle 50s from Oshkosh to Manitowoc.

A stalled frontal boundary over northern Illinois is forecast to
lift north as a warm front today as an area of low pressure moves
from the central Plains into the Midwest. As the warm front
approaches, rain chances will increase from south to north
reaching central and east-central Wisconsin by late morning and
northern Wisconsin by early to mid-afternoon.

The area of low pressure is expected to track across southern
Wisconsin this evening and reach central Lower Michigan overnight.
Widespread showers are forecast across northeast Wisconsin, along
with a slight chance of thunderstorms over most areas. In addition
to the precipitation, it will become breezy overnight as
sustained north to northeast winds reach 10 to 20 mph, but gusts
could approach 25 to 30 mph.

Rain chances are forecast to gradually diminish Sunday morning as
the low pressure continues to pull away from Wisconsin. While
breezy conditions are expected across north-central Wisconsin,
windy conditions will exist over the rest of the region with
gusts of 30 to 40 mph possible during the morning hours. The winds
will begin to diminish Sunday afternoon as a ridge of high
pressure approaches from the west.


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