Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
329 AM CDT Fri Apr 20 2018

Mostly clear skies prevailed over the region during the overnight
hours with only some patches of high clouds drifting overhead. Low
temperatures ranged from the teens over northern Wisconsin, to the
lower 30s around the Fox Valley.

A sprawling area of high pressure is forecast to extend from near
Hudson Bay south through the Great Lakes into the southeast United
States today. Despite mostly sunny skies and a light southwest
wind, temperatures are expected to remain several degrees below
normal.

A warming trend is still expected this weekend as winds begin to
have a more southerly component. Temperatures are expected to be
at or even slightly above normal by Sunday. The exception will be
near Lake Michigan where onshore winds to keep readings 5 to 10
degrees cooler than inland locations.

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AK



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