Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Green Bay, WI

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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
352 PM CST Mon Feb 13 2017

Skies were partly to mostly sunny this afternoon, with only some
high clouds drifting across the area. Temperatures at 4 PM were
mainly in the upper 30s to middle 40s.

Dry weather is expected for most locations tonight. The only
exception could be across far north central Wisconsin where there
is a small chance of freezing drizzle or flurries. Temperatures
will be well above normal tonight, with lows in the middle 20s to
around 30 degrees.

Light precipitation is expected to spread north to south across
the area on Tuesday and Tuesday evening. Mainly snow is expected
over northern Wisconsin, with accumulations up to an inch
possible. Some freezing drizzle also possible. Farther south, a
mix of rain and snow showers are expected with little to no snow
accumulation. Snow showers look to continue Tuesday night into
Wednesday afternoon across the far north, but accumulations will
remain on the light side. Temperatures on Tuesday will remain
above normal, with highs ranging from the lower 30s across north
central Wisconsin to the upper 30s in the Fox Valley.

Dry conditions are expected Wednesday through the weekend.
Temperatures return to or slightly below normal Wednesday and
Thursday. A significant warmup is anticipated on Friday into the


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