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FGUS73 KGRB 030309
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
1009 PM CDT Wed Aug 2 2017
...HEAVY RAINFALL POSSIBLE THURSDAY INTO FRIDAY...
A deepening fall-like low pressure system is expected to track
across the state Thursday into Thursday night, then depart to the
northeast on Friday. This system may be capable of producing a
widespread rain of 1 to 2 inches from the period Thursday into
Friday morning with the highest amounts over north central
Wisconsin. In addition to the widespread soaking rains, embedded
thunderstorms may produce locally higher amounts across parts of
central Wisconsin and northeast Wisconsin Thursday afternoon and
River levels are currently below bank full, but still running
slightly above normal. If the widespread heavy rainfall develops,
river stage heights and flows will be on the increase for the
remainder of the work week. Be sure to monitor later forecasts,
especially forecasted rainfall amounts.
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