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
341 AM CDT Wed Apr 18 2018

Cloudy skies prevailed across the region during the overnight
hours. These clouds helped to hold temperatures up through the
night with readings only falling into the upper 20s to lower 30s.

Dry conditions will remain in place this morning. However, a
gradual increase in snow chances are expected this afternoon over
the southern half of Wisconsin in response to an area of low
pressure moving from northern Missouri to western Ohio. An inch or
two of accumulation is expected south of Highway 21.

The snow is forecast to continue into this evening with around an
additional one-half inch of accumulation. Otherwise, skies are
expected to clear from north to south later tonight as an area of
high pressure begins to build into the region.

This high pressure will move into the western Great Lakes on
Thursday and bring abundant sunshine to the area. Despite the
return of the sunshine, temperatures are forecast to remain below
normal. In fact, temperatures will continue to run below normal
until early next week when we finally climb above normal for the
first time this month.


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