Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
319 PM CST Sun Feb 26 2017

Snow showers pushed across northern Wisconsin during the late
morning and early afternoon hours. Some of these were intense,
with winds gusting to around 30 mph, briefly dropping the
visibility to under a quarter mile and dropping an inch of snow.
Farther south, a few flurries were reported. Temperatures at 3 PM
ranged from the upper 20s to lower 30s in the Northwoods to the
upper 30s across the Fox Valley and lakeshore.

The snow showers will end from west to east late this afternoon
and early evening across northern Wisconsin. Reduced visibility
and a quick inch of snow is possible as this activity ends.
Otherwise, look for dry conditions tonight. Low temperatures will
range from the single digits over northern Wisconsin to the middle
teens to lower 20s farther south.

Temperatures will be above average to start the work week with
highs in the upper 30s to mid 40 for Monday and Tuesday. After dry
weather Monday, another low pressure system will likely bring
precipitation to the region Monday night through Wednesday.

Mixed precipitation is possible for a time Monday night into
Tuesday morning, mainly across northern Wisconsin, but otherwise
most places will see rain for the bulk of this event. The rain is
expected to eventually change to light snow overnight Tuesday into
Wednesday as colder air returns.

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Bersch



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