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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTH-CENTRAL AND NORTHEAST WISCONSIN
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREEN BAY WI
347 AM CDT THU AUG 21 2014

MUCH OF NORTH CENTRAL AND NORTHEAST WISCONSIN HAS SEEN PARTLY TO
MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES IN THE OVERNIGHT HOURS. WHERE SKIES HAVE BEEN
CLEARER...PATCHY FOG HAS DEVELOPED. SOME OF THIS FOG HAS BEEN
LOCALLY DENSE AT TIMES. TEMPERATURES AT 3 AM RANGED FROM THE LOW 50S IN
AREAS OF LESSER CLOUDINESS TO THE LOWER 60S WHERE CLOUDS WERE MORE
PREVALENT.

FOG WILL REMAIN POSSIBLE THROUGH TONIGHT AND INTO THE EARLY
MORNING HOURS...POTENTIALLY BECOMING LOCALLY DENSE IN SPOTS. A WARM
FRONT IS EXPECTED TO MOVE INTO CENTRAL WISCONSIN THROUGH THIS
AFTERNOON AND EVENING...AND WILL PRODUCE SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS
OVER THE FORECAST AREA. THE HEAVIEST STORMS MAY PRODUCE TORRENTIAL
DOWNPOURS AND PRESENT A POSSIBILITY OF LOCAL FLOODING. SOME OF THE
STRONGEST THUNDERSTORMS...PARTICULARLY SOUTH OF HIGHWAY 29...MAY
BECOME SEVERE...WITH STRONG WINDS AND HAIL.

WARMER AND MUCH MORE HUMID CONDITIONS WILL ALSO MAKE A RETURN BY
THE END OF THE WEEK. TEMPERATURES INTO THE WEEKEND LOOK TO BE
AT OR ABOVE NORMAL.

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