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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
316 PM CDT Thu Apr 26 2018

High clouds were found across much of eastern Wisconsin early this
afternoon, with lower clouds across central and north central
Wisconsin. Temperatures at 3 PM ranged from middle 50s to lower
60s in the Northwoods, to the middle and upper 60s across
locations from Wautoma to Shawano to Wausaukee. Onshore flow kept
readings in the 40s near Lake Michigan.

A cold front and upper level disturbance will bring a chance of
late afternoon or evening showers to much of the area. But do not
cancel any plans, as most of the time will remain dry. Lows
tonight will range from the upper 20s across northern Wisconsin to
the middle 30s in the Fox Valley and lakeshore.

A secondary upper level disturbance will bring rain and snow
showers to the north Friday morning, with rain showers expected
over the remainder of the area. Up to an inch of snow is possible
across north central Wisconsin. Periods of showers will continue
Friday afternoon, with a few thunderstorms possible across north-
central into east-central Wisconsin. The strongest showers and
storms could produce small hail and brief gusty winds.

Dry conditions along with low afternoon relative humidity
readings are expected over the weekend. Some of the warmest
temperatures of the year are possible early next week, with 70s
for most locations away from Lake Michigan.

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Bersch



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