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
331 AM CDT Tue Oct 10 2017

Partly to mostly cloudy skies prevailed across the region during
the overnight hours. Low temperatures ranged from the upper 30s
across north-central Wisconsin, to around 50 degrees across east-
central Wisconsin.

High pressure over northern sections of the Great Lakes is
forecast to continue sending dry air into Wisconsin on a north to
northeast wind. However, an approaching system from the central
Plains will pull moisture into the region by this afternoon with
clouds overspreading central and east-central Wisconsin.
Temperatures should be close to seasonal normals for early to

As this system moves toward southern sections of the Great Lakes
tonight, a band of rain showers is forecast to lift northward and
eventually encompass about the southern half of Wisconsin. The
heavier precipitation is expected to remain over southern
Wisconsin. For northern WI, dry conditions should hold under
mostly clear or partly cloudy skies.

This little system heads east on Wednesday, however a small chance
of lingering showers are possible across east-central Wisconsin.
The region will reside on the western edge of high pressure
Wednesday afternoon with sky conditions either mostly sunny or
partly cloudy.


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