Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
933 PM CST Wed Feb 22 2017

Rain showers have been moving across northern Wisconsin this
evening, with fog forming in some areas to the north as well.
Central and east- central Wisconsin have remained mainly clear,
the the exception of some fog near the Lake Michigan shore.

The chance for rain and perhaps some embedded thunder continues
in northern Wisconsin through the evening. Freezing drizzle or a
rain/snow mix is possible in far northern Wisconsin late tonight
through Thursday morning. The rest of the area will be dry. Lows
will fall into the upper 20s to the north and upper 30s in the Fox
Valley and east- central Wisconsin. Temperatures on Thursday are
expected to be much cooler, but they will still be around 10
degrees above normal.

An approaching storm system is expected to bring heavy snow and a
wintry mix to the area starting Thursday night and continuing
into Saturday. If you have travel plans, make sure to stay up to
date on the latest forecast. High temperatures this weekend
should be slightly below normal.


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