Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
329 AM CST Sun Nov 27 2016

The state of Wisconsin was located between high pressure over the eastern
Great Lakes and low pressure moving into the western high plains.
Under clear skies and with light winds, areas of dense fog
developed over northern Wisconsin during the evening, and expanded
early overnight. The most dense fog appeared to be located north
of route 8, where visibilities fell to a quarter mile at times.
Temperatures were falling into the middle 20s in the north to the
middle 30s near the lakeshore.

Once the fog burns off by mid-morning, a tranquil but mild
weekend will continue today with highs in the 40s. The next big
storm system is expected to bring rain and wind to the area
tonight into Tuesday. The rain is expected to become mixed or
change to snow across the north on Tuesday night.


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