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
432 PM CST Wed Jan 11 2017

Snow was coming to an end across central and northern Wisconsin
late this afternoon, with a wintry mix of precipitation falling
across east central Wisconsin. Many roads, especially secondary
ones, remained ice or snow covered and were slippery.
Temperatures at 4 PM ranged from the single digits across north
central Wisconsin to the middle and upper teens in the Fox Valley
and lakeshore.

Look for the snow to end across central and northern Wisconsin by
early to mid evening with only minor accumulations. The wintry
mix across east central Wisconsin is forecast to continue this
evening, then lingering light snow or flurries are possible
overnight. Snow accumulations up to around 2 inches are possible
with minor ice glazing expected as well, mainly south of a Wautoma
to Kewaunee line.

Small chances of light snow will continue into Thursday morning
across eastern Wisconsin. Otherwise, look for dry and cold
conditions on Thursday with highs ranging from 10 to 14 degrees
in the Northwoods to the upper teens to around 20 degrees in the
Fox Valley and lakeshore. Bitterly cold air is expected Thursday
night into Friday morning. Wind chill readings are expected to
fall to 15 below to 30 below zero. A moderation in temperatures is
expected over the weekend.

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Bersch



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