Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Green Bay, WI

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AWUS83 KGRB 092149

Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
349 PM CST Tue Jan 9 2018

Skies were mostly cloudy across most of the area during the early
afternoon. Although, some locations across central and east
central Wisconsin saw periods of sunshine. Temperatures at 3 PM
ranged from the middle and upper 20s across far northern and
northeastern Wisconsin, to the middle and upper 30s across central
and east central Wisconsin.

Look for skies to become cloudy across the entire area through the
evening hours. A small chance for freezing drizzle arrives
overnight into early Wednesday morning. Fog is expected to develop
overnight as well. The fog, along with any freezing drizzle that
materializes, could lead to a slippery Wednesday morning commute.
As temperatures rise above freezing Wednesday morning, the threat
for freezing drizzle and slippery roads will end. Highs Wednesday
afternoon will range from the middle 30s across north central
Wisconsin to the lower 40s across eastern Wisconsin.

Additional light rain, drizzle and fog is expected Wednesday
night, with a chance to see a wintry mix in far north central
Wisconsin. One last day of mild conditions is on tap for Thursday,
however arctic air will return from northwest to southeast through
the day, reaching the Fox Valley in the late afternoon or evening.
Expect any remaining precipitation to transition to snow with
minor accumulations expected for most of the area, except north
central Wisconsin, were up to 5 inches of snow is possible. The
cold air will continue into much of next week.


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