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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
912 AM CST Thu Dec 14 2017


A long, narrow band of snow affected northern and eastern
Wisconsin on Wednesday. In general, light snow amounts were
reported from the Rice Lake, to the Wisconsin Rapids, to
Milwaukee. The heaviest band of snow affected northeastern
Wisconsin including areas in and around Wausau, Green Bay and
Sturgeon Bay, where totals between 4 and 8 inches were common.
Locally higher amount were reported in northern Manitowoc County,
where accumulations approached 10 inches.

Skies cleared overnight resulting in widely varying low
temperatures. Lows ranged from the single digits below zero in
northern and central portions of Wisconsin to the single digits
above zero across southwestern Wisconsin.


A mix of sun and clouds is expected across the state today. The
most sunshine is expected in central and southern portions of the
state, though clouds will be on the increase later today and this
evening. High temperatures will range from the upper teens in
northern Wisconsin to the mid 20s across the southern portions of
the state.

Quiet weather conditions will continue into Friday with seasonably
cold temperatures continuing. There is a chance for light snow
Friday night across central Wisconsin. Another long but narrow
band of light snow is expected with only light accumulations of
less than an inch expected.

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