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
357 AM CDT Wed Mar 29 2017

Mostly clear to partly cloudy skies prevailed over the region
during the overnight hours as high pressure extended from near
Hudson Bay to the Great Lakes. Low temperatures ranged from the
middle to upper 20s north, to the lower to middle 30s south.

Clouds are forecast to steadily increase and thicken today ahead
of a large system located over the southern Plains. The leading
edge of light rain could already be approaching central and east-
central Wisconsin toward sunset.

Light rain this evening across central and east-central Wisconsin
is expected to become mixed with snow toward midnight and in some
locations, change to all snow overnight. There is potential for
snow accumulations to range from one-half inch to around an inch
with little or no accumulation across the north.

The snow or mixed precipitation is forecast to eventually turn
back to all rain on Thursday and be primarily focused south of a
line from Tomahawk to Iron Mountain as the system slowly moves
across the Mid-Mississippi Valley. Any additional snow
accumulations would be minor, typically under one-half inch.

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AK


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