Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
347 AM CST Wed Jan 18 2017

Through the early overnight hours, an area of clearing persisted
over north-central Wisconsin and the western Upper Peninsula. The
rest of the region remain cloudy, however, with a low overcast
deck and areas fog. The fog was the most dense around Mosinee and
Marshfield, and also across the Fox Valley. Temperatures fell
into the teens where skies cleared, like at Land o Lakes and Eagle
River, but remained in the low to mid 30s from Wisconsin Rapids to
the Door Peninsula.

Once the fog burns off mid to late morning, should see increasing
sunshine through the day. The sun will help melt icy roadways,
sidewalks, and drive ways, especially with highs reaching into the
middle and upper 30s this afternoon. Quiet and mild conditions
will persist on Thursday, before wet weather returns for Friday.


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