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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
355 AM CST Sun Jan 14 2018

The combination of clear skies, light winds and a snow cover
allowed temperatures to fall well into the 20s below zero early
this morning across north-central Wisconsin. Some of the colder
locations include: 29 below zero at Manitowish Waters and Land O
Lakes, 27 below zero at Tomahawk and 24 below zero at Eagle
River. Temperatures are expected to drop a few more degrees
through sunrise, thus a few locations could reach 30 below zero.
The lack of a snow pack and light winds kept temperatures up
along the Lake Michigan shoreline, where temperatures were around
zero as of 4 am.

Snow is expected to overspread the region later this afternoon or
this evening. The snow is expected to continue overnight into
Monday evening. A winter weather advisory has been posted for
much of the area. The only exception would be across Door,
Kewaunee and Manitowoc counties where a winter storm warning
is in effect. Snowfall totals in this region will be considerably
higher due to the lake effect contribution off the relatively
warmer waters of Lake Michigan. If organized snow bands due to
form, they could produce locally heavy snow with visibilities
below one quarter of a mile along with snowfall rates of 1 to 2
inches per hour near the Lake Michigan shoreline. Otherwise, a
warming trend is expected towards the end of the work week into
next weekend.

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Eckberg



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