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
859 PM CDT Sat Apr 29 2017

Mainly high clouds continued to drift through the area this
evening, but rain remained confined to the southeast corner of
Wisconsin. Temperatures were in the low to middle 40s at 9 PM.

A few light showers or sprinkles are possible south and east of
the Fox Valley tonight, otherwise most places will stay dry until
at least Sunday morning. Rain chances increase Sunday, especially
south of Highway 29. Rain is expected to slowly expand northward
through the day, with a few isolated thunderstorms also possible.
The wind will also be noticeable on Sunday. With gusts of 20 to
30 mph and temps in the 40s it will feel rather brisk. A weaker
pressure gradient and abundant trees will ease winds a bit in
northern Wisconsin.

On and off showers continue Monday into Tuesday. Most locations
will see around an inch of rain with this event. Parts of east-
central Wisconsin could see up to 2 inches.

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KLB


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