Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Green Bay, WI

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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
1230 PM CDT Thu Mar 30 2017

A mix of rain and snow continued spreading into eastern and
southern Wisconsin early this afternoon. Minor snow accumulations
of a few tenths had accumulated in some areas, but most of the
snow was melting on contact with the ground. Air temperatures
ranged from 32 to 36 degrees where the precipitation was occurring,
which also aided in melting snow. Conditions remained dry to the
north and west and temps were in the lower 40s.

The mixed precipitation will continue this afternoon, mainly
south of Highway 8. Any snow accumulation would remain minor.
Temperatures are forecast to be below normal today due to the
precipitation, clouds, and increasing northeast winds.

Rain chances persist tonight. There could again be a little snow
mixed with the rain as temperatures fall to around the freezing
mark.

As the system moves toward eastern sections of the Great Lakes,
the precipitation chances will diminish Friday morning from west
to east. High pressure is forecast to move toward the western
Great Lakes Friday afternoon and bring more sunshine to the area.

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KLB



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