Travelers Forecast
Issued by NWS Green Bay, WI

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Forecast For Wisconsin And Nearby Portions Of Neighboring States
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
359 PM CST Sun Jan 21 2018

For tonight, the threat of precipitation will gradually increase
through the night. While southern Wisconsin should mainly see
rain and drizzle, central and northern Wisconsin, and the Upper
Peninsula also, will see a chance of light snow, freezing rain
and freezing drizzle develop. The highest snow amounts by Monday
morning will be around 3 inches through central and northern
Wisconsin. Low temperatures will range from the middle 20s over
the Upper Peninsula to the lower 40s across northeast Illinois.

For Monday, snow and a chance for freezing drizzle will develop
across northern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula, while southern
Wisconsin and northern Illinois will see rain and patchy fog.
Snowfall totals will be the highest through northern and western
Wisconsin, the Upper Peninsula, and southeastern Minnesota, seeing
up to 12 inches. Southern Wisconsin will likely see less than an
inches of snow. High temperatures will range from the upper 20s in
northern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula to the middle 50s in
northern Illinois.


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