Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
339 PM CST Mon Dec 4 2017

Mostly cloudy skies prevailed over the region late this afternoon
with a few areas in north-central Wisconsin seeing some light
rain. Temperatures at 3 PM were in the middle 40s to upper 50s
across the area.

Rain showers and isolated thunderstorms will persist this evening
ahead of a strong cold front over western Minnesota. South wind
will gust between 20 to 35 mph, locally higher near Lake Michigan.
Look for the rain and storm chances to come to an end behind the
front late this evening, except across central and north central
Wisconsin, where the rain will change over to snow showers,
especially across north central Wisconsin, where up to around an
inch of accumulation is possible through Tuesday morning.

Southwest to west winds will become very gusty tonight,
increasing to 35 to 45 mph, with some areas in central Wisconsin,
the Fox Valley, and lakeshore seeing 50 mph gusts. The winds
could down some trees and power lines, leading to possible power
outages. Low temperatures will range from the lower 20s in north-
central Wisconsin to the lower 30s along the lakeshore.

Much colder air will settle into the region for the remainder of
the work week.

$$

Hykin



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