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
912 PM CDT Sat Sep 24 2022

Cloudy skies with patches of drizzle and fog prevailed across the
region late this evening. Temperatures ranged from around 50
degrees near the Michigan border, to the middle 50s across central
and east-central Wisconsin

A weak area of low pressure and weak cold front will continue to
slide across the area tonight and produce a band of light
showers. Patchy fog is also anticipated which could lower
visibility to less than two miles at times. Low temperatures will
be in the middle to upper 40s north, upper 40s to lower 50s

Increasing northwest winds will bring a blustery day to the
region on Sunday. These northwest winds may bring lake effect
showers to north-central Wisconsin, while a strong upper-level
disturbance is expected to bring rain chances to the rest of
northeast Wisconsin. There also could be a few thunderstorms in
the afternoon that may produce small hail. High temperatures to
range from the middle to upper 50s north, lower to middle 60s

The unsettled weather is forecast to persist from Saturday night
through at least Monday night as a slow-moving upper-level trough
of low pressure slides across the Great Lakes. While there will
be dry periods, a chance of showers to be in the forecast until
Tuesday. Temperatures are expected to be below normal through the
first half of the new work week.


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