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
247 AM CST Sun Dec 10 2017

A band of light snow showers and flurries moved across the region
during the overnight hours. Only a couple of tenths of an inch of
snow fell with this feature. Otherwise, cloudy skies prevailed
with low temperatures from 10 to 15 above north, 15 to 20 degrees
south.

Northwest winds and cold air aloft will bring a chance of snow
showers to north-central Wisconsin today. The rest of the region
is expected to only see mostly cloudy skies as drier air begins to
advect into Wisconsin ahead of a surface ridge of high pressure.

This surface ridge quickly moves across the region this evening,
then clouds will steadily increase as a clipper system drops
southeast into the Upper Mississippi Valley. A band of light snow
is forecast to overspread northeast Wisconsin after midnight with
accumulations ranging from a dusting near Lake Michigan to around
an inch over central Wisconsin by daybreak.

The clipper will continue to move southeast into the Great Lakes
on Monday, bringing an additional one-half to one inch of snow to
the area Monday morning before dissipating Monday afternoon.
Behind this clipper, a shot of cold air will overspread the
region with temperatures well-below normal into mid-week.

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