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After a dry morning, rain shower chances are expected to increase across central Wisconsin this afternoon ahead of a slow-moving cold front to our west and upper-level disturbances lifting northeast ahead of a broad trough of low pressure over the central part of the country. The rain chances will steadily increase across the entire region tonight as an area of low pressure is forecast to ride along the cold front across western Wisconsin. There will be enough instability ahead of the cold front to allow for a slight chance of thunderstorms across central and east-central Wisconsin. Due to the slow overall movement of this system in general, showers and isolated thunderstorms are forecast to remain over the region through Wednesday night and even linger into Thursday. Some of this precipitation could be locally heavy at times with some locations picking up over an inch or rain by Wednesday evening.

Data Courtesy of NOAA NWS Central Regional Headquarters
Green Bay Weather Forecast Office