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
917 PM CST Tue Feb 14 2017

Snow showers and flurries came to an end across most of the area
during the evening hours. Skies ranged from mostly clear to mostly
cloudy. Northwest winds gusted between 15 and 25 mph. Temperatures
at 9 PM ranged from the lower and middle 20s across northern
Wisconsin to the lower 30s in the Fox Valley.

Scattered snow showers are expected tonight across north central
Wisconsin with up to an additional inch of snow possible. Farther
south, look for only a few flurries, with partly cloudy to mostly
clear skies. Colder temperatures will arrive tonight, with lows
ranging from the lower teens in the Northwoods to the upper teens
to lower 20s in the Fox Valley and lakeshore.

Lingering flurries or snow showers are possible in far north
central Wisconsin Wednesday morning, with little to no
accumulation expected. Otherwise, dry conditions are expected
Wednesday through the weekend. After temperatures return to or
slightly below normal Wednesday and Thursday, a significant
warmup is anticipated on Friday into the weekend with highs in
the 50s possible for some locations.


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