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
825 PM CDT TUE JUL 26 2016

Showers and storms moved across far northern Wisconsin early this
evening with the strongest storms producing brief gusty winds and
some hail. Skies ranged from clear across most of central and
east central Wisconsin to partly to mostly cloudy across far
northern Wisconsin. Humidity levels were climbing in some spots.
Temperatures at 8 PM were in the 60s where thunderstorms
occurred and near the shores of Lake Michigan, to around 80
degrees in the Fox Valley.

A Canadian cold front will approach the area this evening,
bringing clouds and chances of showers and thunderstorms across
northern Wisconsin. The chance for showers and storms will spread
south across the remainder of the area overnight then are likely
for a period late Wednesday morning into Wednesday afternoon, as
the cold front moves through. A few of the stronger storms may
produce gusty winds and torrential downpours. Patchy fog is
expected across the area late tonight into early Wednesday

The chances for showers and storms will end from north to south
Wednesday night into Thursday morning or afternoon with dry
weather expected late Thursday into the first half of the

Warm and humid conditions are expected on Wednesday then slightly
cooler and lower humidity levels are expected to work into the
area Thursday into the weekend.


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