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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTH-CENTRAL AND NORTHEAST WISCONSIN
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREEN BAY WI
1013 AM CST SAT JAN 30 2016

WHILE MOST OF THE AREA REMAINED UNDER CLOUDY SKIES...SOME AREAS
WERE BEGINNING TO SEE SUN BREAK THROUGH...PARTICULARLY IN FAR
NORTH CENTRAL WISCONSIN. TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE AREA ARE IN THE
LOWER HALF OF THE 30S LATE THIS MORNING.

DRY WEATHER RETURNS TODAY AND TEMPERATURES SHOULD BE WELL ABOVE
NORMAL...TOPPING OUT IN THE UPPER 30S AT MOST LOCATIONS. THE
WARMEST SPOTS WILL LOOK TO REACH TO OR A BIT ABOVE 40 DEGREES.
ANOTHER SYSTEM MAY BRING A WINTRY MIX TO THE AREA TONIGHT INTO
SUNDAY. EXCEPT FOR COLDER NORTH CENTRAL WISCONSIN WHICH SHOULD SEE
MAINLY SNOW OR A MIX...PRECIPITATION SHOULD BEGIN AS RAIN BEFORE
CHANGING TO A WINTRY MIX OR SNOW BEFORE COMING TO AN END LATE
SUNDAY AFTERNOON OR SUNDAY EVENING.

A STRONGER STORM SYSTEM IS THEN FORECAST TO MOVE INTO THE GREAT
LAKES REGION TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. PRECIPITATION TYPES AND
AMOUNTS REMAIN IN QUESTION...HOWEVER THERE IS INCREASING
POTENTIAL FOR THIS SYSTEM TO GREATLY IMPACT TRAVEL ACROSS THE
REGION. STAY TUNED TO UPDATES OVER THE WEEKEND ON THIS STORM
SYSTEM.

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