Prepared by Great Lakes Weather Service 
Meteorologist:  SK
Date: Sat. 9-23-17 Time: 5:30 p.m.
Region 3 - Northwest Wisconsin
(Burnett, Washburn, Sawyer, Rusk Counties)
Observed low temperatures last night:
**black locations are mostly non-cranberry sites, measuring temperature 6 feet above ground.
**red locations are from cranberry beds, measuring temperature at vine level.
Siren 70 Barnes 71 Stone Lake Cran.     South of Hayward  
    Cable 70 Rice Lake 68
Minong 70 Clam Lake 69 Bruce 65
Haugen 69 Hayward 70 Ladysmith 69
 
Discussion:
A front to the west will bring a chance for isolated storms tonight in the Northwest part of the area, but they will wind down by daybreak Sunday. The stalled frontal boundary off to the west will generally stay west of the area through Sunday before beginning to slide southeast on Monday. This means we’ll have another warm and humid day on Sunday with a good deal of sunshine; however there is a slight chance that a shower or storm may sneak into the far northwestern part of the area later in the afternoon or evening. Scattered storms will develop during the day on Monday from west to east, with showers and storms more likely throughout Tuesday as the front sits on top of the area and finally moves through by evening. This will lead to a much cooler weather pattern beginning on Wednesday, with highs only in the 60s through the end of the week. A second cold front looks to move through Thursday evening and bring some showers into the area. There is a chance for frost late in the week as cool air sticks around for the weekend, but that will depend on cloud cover at night. We’ll keep an eye on cloud trends throughout the week. Forecast confidence for the next few days is moderately high.
Forecast:     **The  forecast low temperature is for vine level**    
Satuday night to Sunday
  6 - 9 pm 9 pm - Midnight Midnight - 3 am 3 - 6 am 6 - 9 am 9 am - Noon  Noon - 3 pm 3 - 6 pm 
Sky  Partly to mostly cloudy Partly to mostly cloudy Mostly cloudy Mostly cloudy Partly cloudy Partly cloudy Partly cloudy Partly cloudy
Temp 83 - 72 74 - 66 66 - 62 64 - 60 60 - 70 67 - 80 80 - 86 86 - 80
Dew Point 62 - 67 62 - 66 62 - 66 60 - 64 60 - 64 62 - 66 62 - 67 62 - 67
Wind SSW 3 - 7 SE 3 - 6 SE 2 - 5 SSE 2 - 5 S 3 - 12 S 5 - 13 SSW 6 - 14 SSW 5 - 15
Rain Chance  30% 40% 30% 20% 10% 10% 20% 20%
Rain Amount  0 - .10" 0 - .10" 0 - .10" 0 - .05" 0 - Tr. 0" 0 - .03" 0 -.05"
Sunday night to Monday
  6 pm - Midnight Midnight - 6 am 6 am - Noon  Noon - 6 pm 
Sky  Partly cloudy Mostly cloudy Mostly cloudy Mostly cloudy
Temp 83 - 65 68- 58 58 - 73 73 - 78
Dew Point 60 - 65 58 - 64 58 - 66 66 - 57
Wind SSE 2 - 5 S 2- 5 SW 5-10 SW to NW 5-10
Rain Chance  30% 30% 40% 70%
Rain Amount   0 - .05" 0 - .10" .05 - .15" .15 - .35"
Extended Outlook:                
Monday night to  Tuesday Cloudy with showers and storms likely.
Low: 53 - 57 High: 64 - 68
             
Tuesday night to  Wednesday Mostly cloudy with rain Tuesday night. A few breaks in the clouds Wednesday.
Low: 40 - 45 High: 61 - 65
             
Wednesday  night to Thursday Partly cloudy and cool.
Low: 32 - 38 High: 58 - 63
          Chance of light frost  Wednesday night  
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