Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
1059 AM CDT Sun Oct 22 2017

Another round of rain showers moved into much of Wisconsin this
morning, producing light to moderate rainfall at times. A cold
front was also moving from west to east across the state.
Temperatures at 11 AM had dropped into the upper 40s across most
of north- central and central Wisconsin. Temperatures were still
around 60 degrees in east- central Wisconsin ahead of the front.

Showers will continue through the early afternoon, then gradually
diminish from west to east late this afternoon and evening.
Temperatures will not rise much more today, and will likely fall a
few degrees when the front moves through eastern Wisconsin.

Attention then turns to a strong fall storm expected to move
across the Great Lakes region Monday night into Tuesday night.
This system is expected to bring gusty northerly winds along with
the chances of showers.

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KLB


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