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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
425 PM CST Wed Jan 10 2018

Cloudy skies prevailed across the area during the early afternoon
hours. Patchy drizzle, along with some fog, was also found across
the area, but visibilities were generally greater than a mile or
two. Temperatures at 4 PM were mainly in the 30s.

For tonight, look for areas of fog and the chance for drizzle.
Although temperatures are forecast to stay above freezing for
most of the area, due to cold ground temperatures, some surfaces
could drop to near or below freezing after dark which could lead
to slippery spots. Across north central Wisconsin, the liquid
precipitation will change over to a wintry mix toward dawn.

On Thursday, as low pressure system and cold front cross the area,
precipitation will switch from rain, to a wintry mix, to all snow
from northwest to southeast through the day. The change over is
forecast to reach central and northern Wisconsin by noon, and the
Fox Valley and lakeshore in the early to mid afternoon. Snowfall
totals will be minor for most of the area, accumulating to less
than an inch, however locations across north central Wisconsin are
forecast to see between 2 to 6 inches.

Behind this cold front, temperatures will plummet from the middle
30s and lower 40s into the single digits and teens by Thursday
night. This will create any untreated surfaces to freeze quickly,
creating slick conditions for travel. The cold air will then
linger on into next week.

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Bersch



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