Sun Aug 25 06:04:02 PDT 2019


Clouds and some sunshine are in the forecast today as well as temperatures that return to the low and middle 70s. Tonight will be a little warmer thanks to a blanket of clouds. Monday morning will bring spotty shower chances, there is a marginal risk for severe storms on Monday. The best chance for storms will be later in the day and overnight for areas around and south of Green Bay. Showers and storms will likely come to an end early Tuesday morning. Humidity will increase quite a bit Monday but decrease quickly again Tuesday. Unsettled weather will bring a few more shower chances throughout the week.

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WATCH: Natural Resources Board looking for public input on questions regarding deer hunting

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WATCH: Gov. Evers creates nonpartisan redistricting commission

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