Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
349 PM CDT Mon Sep 18 2017

Rain started falling across parts of central and northern
Wisconsin this afternoon, with sunshine still present in much of
the Fox Valley and lakeshore areas. Mid-afternoon temps ranged
from the 53 degrees in Manitowish Waters to 73 degrees in Waupaca.

For the rest of the afternoon, rain showers will continue across
central and north- central Wisconsin. Conditions are likely to
remain dry in far east- central Wisconsin, with perhaps a few very
light showers or sprinkles reaching the western edge of the Fox
Valley. Showers will move out of the area and diminish overnight.

Tuesday looks dry with high temperatures mostly in the middle 70s,
but cooler along Lake Michigan. Even warmer readings are expected
for the rest of the week. The next chance for showers and storms
is on Wednesday. Some of the storms could become strong Wednesday
afternoon and evening.

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KLB



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