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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
923 PM CST Thu Nov 16 2017

Skies became mostly cloudy this evening. Temperatures at 9 PM
ranged from the middle to upper 20s in the Northwoods, to the
lower 30s in the Fox Valley.

Most of the area will stay dry tonight, with only a slight chance
of very patchy freezing drizzle or light snow showers across
northern Wisconsin toward dawn on Friday. Otherwise, look for
cloudy skies.

Light wintry precipitation, including freezing rain, freezing
drizzle and light snow, looks likely across much of central and
northern Wisconsin Friday morning. The combination of the wintry
mix, and air and road temperatures at or below freezing, will
create some slippery stretches or icy conditions on the roadways.
The risk of wintry precipitation and icing should end by late
Friday morning, as temperatures rise into the middle and upper
30s. Light rain is expected in the afternoon, then a gradual
change over to mixed precipitation is expected in the evening and
overnight. Across the Fox Valley and lakeshore, temperatures will
be warm enough for all rain, which will become likely Friday
afternoon and evening.

For the weekend, conditions will turn windy and colder on
Saturday, along with a chance of rain and snow showers,
especially in the morning. Wind gusts of 25 to 35 mph are
expected across much of the region, with a few possible gusts
over 35 mph across the Fox Valley and lakeshore. Sunday will be a
very chilly day, with highs ranging from the middle 20s across
northern Wisconsin to the lower 30s in the Fox Valley and
lakeshore. A few snow showers cannot be ruled out over north
central Wisconsin, otherwise it will be dry.

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Bersch



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