Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Green Bay, WI

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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin...UPDATED
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
1107 AM CST Sat Dec 9 2017

Scattered snow showers lingered near the lake shore and over far
north central Wisconsin through late morning, with partly sunny
skies elsewhere. Late morning temperatures ranged from the mid
teens near the Wisconsin and Michigan border, to the mid 20s from
the Fox Valley to the Lake Shore.

Gusty north to northwest winds will continue to usher colder air
into the region this afternoon. A few lingering light snow
showers or flurries are possible, especially near the Lake shore,
however the most concentrated area of snow showers will be located
over north- central Wisconsin due to lake effect. Perhaps another
inch of accumulation is possible over the snowbelt region of
Vilas County.

A weak ridge of high pressure moves across the area this evening,
however clouds are expected to increase once again as the next
clipper pushes toward northern sections of the Great Lakes. This
clipper is rather weak, thus no snow is anticipated.

A weak area of high pressure moves toward Lake Superior on Sunday
and should keep the weather quiet. This will change Sunday night
as a stronger clipper approaches and looks to bring measurable
snow to the region.

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