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
945 AM CST Wed Dec 7 2016

Occasional light snow showers or flurries persisted in central and
northern Wisconsin this morning which allowed for some roads to
remain snow covered or slippery in spots. Air temperatures ranged
from the middle teens to lower 20s but felt much colder with a
strong west wind. Mid-morning wind chill temperatures were
mainly in the single digits above zero.

Scattered light snow showers and flurries will continue today,
especially in north central Wisconsin. A dusting to half an inch
of accumulation is expected across the Northwoods. The most
noticeable weather will be the blustery winds, gusting at times to
around 30 MPH making temperatures feel like the single digits.

For Thursday, winds and temperatures moderate a bit, but there will
still be chilly breeze. As these wind shift to the northwest it
sets the stage for lake effect snow showers to develop in north
central Wisconsin and continue into Friday. Parts of Vilas County
could see snow accumulations approach one foot. Elsewhere, a few
light snow showers and flurries may linger through the day
resulting in very light accumulations.


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