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
253 AM CST Tue Dec 12 2017

Blustery conditions continued across northeast Wisconsin overnight.
Winds were still gusting to around 35 mph across northern Door county.
Skies were partly to mostly cloudy early this morning along with
scattered light snow showers or flurries across the north and a
few flurries south. Most locations as of 3 am were between 10 and
20 degrees. Morning wind chills were in the single digits below
zero across the north.

For today, the northwest winds will gradually subside this afternoon.
It will be cold with highs in the teens. Attention then turns to the
next clipper system that will bring a round of snow late tonight
and Wednesday. This system appears to be stronger than previous
thought, thus an accumulating snow is expected late tonight and
Wednesday which will result in hazardous travel conditions across
the area. Stay tuned as snow totals could change depending on the
track of the system.


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