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
1005 AM CST Sat Dec 10 2016

A few light snow showers and flurries pushed across portions of
central and east central Wisconsin this morning. Skies ranged from
mostly sunny in the Northwoods to partly to mostly cloudy farther
south. Temperatures at 10 AM ranged from the single digits in
north central Wisconsin to the middle and upper teens in the Fox
Valley and lakeshore.

A few flurries cannot be ruled out today, otherwise, dry
conditions are expected as an area of high pressure slides to our
south and east. Snow chances begin to increase this evening in
central Wisconsin and overspreads the rest of the region
overnight. Snow will continue on Sunday with the heaviest snow
most likely to occur in the morning into early afternoon. Snow
accumulations during this event look to be highest across central
and east-central Wisconsin, where 5 to 7 inches are possible. This
will lead to travel difficulties with slippery road conditions and
reduced visibilities. Plan ahead if you have any travel plans.

The snow is forecast to linger into Sunday evening, before coming
to an end later Sunday night with minor additional accumulations.
The passage of a strong cold front Monday night will usher in the
first true taste of arctic air to the region starting on Tuesday,
with temperatures 15 to 25 degrees below normal by mid-week and
wind chills well below zero.


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