Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
1013 AM CST Tue Dec 6 2016

Light snow was falling in central and north central Wisconsin
this morning as a band of precipitation moved east across the
state. Temperatures were steady around 30 degrees in northern
Wisconsin and in the upper 30s in Green Bay and east towards to
Lake Michigan.

Today, this band of mixed light snow and either freezing drizzle
or drizzle will move across the area. Some roads may become snow
covered or have slippery stretches for a period. Overall, snow
accumulations will be light, mainly under an inch, with the
highest totals across northern Wisconsin. Freezing drizzle and
drizzle can be expected where temperatures have warmed above

Blustery west winds will usher in colder air tonight and
Wednesday. There is a slight chance for snow showers across the
north, otherwise it will be cloudy. A better chance for lake
effect snow showers across north central Wisconsin arrives on
Thursday as the winds turn more favorable to the northwest.


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