Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS83 KGRB 152117

Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
317 PM CST Wed Nov 15 2017

Areas of showers and drizzle moved across the area during the
early afternoon hours, under cloudy skies. West to northwest winds
gusted between 15 and 30 mph for most locations. Temperatures at
3 PM ranged from the lower and middle 30s across north central
Wisconsin, to the lower and middle 40s in the Fox Valley and

Look for the light rain and drizzle to end by early evening for
most locations. The exception will be across the far north where
chances for snow showers and slight chances of freezing drizzle
will be on the increase through the evening hours. Snow showers
will become likely by late evening and continue through much of
tonight where 1 to 2 inches of snow are possible in northwest
Vilas county. Temperatures tonight will drop into the middle to
upper 20s for most spots, with some lower 30s closer to Lake
Michigan. Look for skies to become partly to mostly sunny
Thursday morning, then clouds will increase from the west in the
afternoon. Highs will be mainly in the 30s.

A wintry mix is expected to arrive late Thursday night into
Friday morning, north and west of the Fox Valley. The combination
of the wintry mix, and air and road temperatures at or below
freezing, will create some icy conditions on area roadways. The
risk of wintry precipitation and icing should end by late morning
on Friday as temperatures rise into the middle and upper 30s. It
will turn windy and colder on Saturday, along with a chance of
rain and snow showers. Sunday will be a very chilly day, with
highs ranging from the lower and middle 20s across northern
Wisconsin, to the upper 20s to around 30 degrees in the Fox Valley
and lakeshore.


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