Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
332 AM CDT Tue May 23 2017

Clouds thickened over the region during the overnight hours with a
band of showers and thunderstorms that rotated north across
central Wisconsin. Low temperatures ranged from the middle 30s
over far northeast Wisconsin, to the lower to middle 50s across
central and east-central Wisconsin.

Unsettled weather can be expected today through tonight as a mid-
level trough of low pressure is forecast to drop south from the
Upper Mississippi Valley into the Missouri Valley. A few
thunderstorms are possible, but none of these storms are expected
to be strong or severe.

As this system slowly settles toward the Tennessee Valley on
Wednesday, the precipitation chances are expected to gradually
diminish from northwest to southeast. A good amount of cloud cover
will remain over the region, which will keep temperatures below
normal through mid-week.


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