Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Green Bay, WI

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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
912 PM CST Sun Jan 15 2017

High level clouds were moving north over far southern Fox Valley
this evening, with clear skies continuing across the rest of the
area. Evening temperatures were quickly falling into the single
digits and lower teens.

Clouds will start to increase overnight and through the first
half of Monday ahead of our next weather system. This system will
bring a variety of precipitation types to the region Monday
afternoon into Tuesday.

Snow, freezing rain, sleet, and rain are all possible at some
point. The exact timing and amount of snow and ice accumulations
are still somewhat uncertain due to temperatures right around the
32 degree freezing mark.

Either way, the precipitation will make for hazardous travel.
With the recent cold spell, ground temperatures are well below
freezing which could cause untreated pavements to becoming icy
despite air temperatures several degrees above freezing.

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