Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
922 PM CST Sun Feb 25 2018

Skies ranged from mostly cloudy across northern Wisconsin, to
mostly clear across the Fox Valley during the evening hours. West
winds were slowly diminishing. Temperatures at 9 PM ranged from
the lower and middle 20s in the Northwoods, to the lower 30s in
the Fox Valley.

Dry conditions are expected tonight with any evening clouds
expected to exit the area overnight. West winds will continue to
decrease through the night as well. Low temperatures will range
from the teens in the Northwoods, to the lower and middle 20s in
the Fox Valley and lakeshore.

Above normal temperatures are expected for the upcoming work
week. A few spots have a chance of hitting 50 degrees on Tuesday.
The next chance for significant precipitation is Wednesday night
through Thursday, especially across central and east central
Wisconsin. However, there remains a lot of uncertainty on where
the storm will track.

$$

Bersch



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