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
315 AM CDT Thu Sep 21 2017

Showers and thunderstorms came to end around midnight across
eastern Wisconsin, as a weak cold front moved through the area.
The combination of clearing skies and light winds allowed for fog
to develop early this morning at many locations north and west of
the Fox Valley. Temperatures early this morning ranged from the
upper 40s at Manitowish Waters in Vilas County to the middle and
upper 60s across northeast Wisconsin.

For today, expect areas of fog to continue early this morning
across the entire area. The fog may be locally dense in a few
spots with visibilities at or below one quarter of a mile. The
fog should burn off around 9 am.

The chances of thunderstorms return tonight across northern
Wisconsin as a warm front lifts northward. Unseasonably warm
temperatures are expected from Friday through Sunday with
record or near record high temperatures possible each day.
High temperatures are expected to climb well into the 80s,
with a few readings in the lower 90s possible Friday and
Saturday. Temperatures are expected to return closer to
normal by the latter half of next week.


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