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
926 PM CDT Wed Apr 19 2017

Band of showers and sprinkles pushed across the area during the
early evening hours, with the heaviest activity across central
Wisconsin. Skies were mostly cloudy. Temperatures at 9 PM were in
the lower and middle 40s.

Rain, along with some thunderstorms, will spread southwest to
northeast across the area this evening, then continue through
much of the night. The rain is expected to be locally heavy at
times. Rainfall amounts between three quarters of an inch and an
inch and a half are anticipated, although locally higher amounts
approaching 2 inches are possible in a few spots. Along with the
rain, there will be a period of gusty east to northeast winds,
especially across far northeast Wisconsin. The chances for rain
will continue on Thursday across northern Wisconsin, but looks to
end during the morning hours for locations farther south. Some
snow may mix in near the Michigan border late Thursday afternoon
into Thursday night, but any accumulation will be minor.


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