Hydrologic Outlook
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925 FGUS73 KGRB 100839 ESFGRB WIZ005-010>013-018>022-030-031-035>040-045-048>050-073-074-102200- Hydrologic Outlook National Weather Service Green Bay WI 339 AM CDT Sat Jun 10 2017 ...PERIODS OF HEAVY RAIN SUNDAY INTO TUESDAY... A warm front lifting north across the Great Lakes region this weekend will allow a very warm and moist air mass to pour into the area. This moist air mass will interact with a series of frontal boundaries late tonight through Sunday night and even into the new work week. Periods of heavy rainfall is likely with a widespread 1 to 3 inches across the north half of the state Sunday into Tuesday. This includes much of northern Wisconsin and parts of central Wisconsin. Locally higher amounts will be possible with thunderstorms training along a frontal boundary. Areas which receive heavy rainfall Sunday and Sunday night may be prone to flash flooding early next week if additional storms occur over the saturated ground. River levels are currently below bank full but still running above normal. If the widespread heavy rainfall verifies, river stage heights and flows will be on the increase by early in the new work week. $$ TDH

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