Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
342 AM CST Mon Feb 20 2017

High pressure moved to the eastern Great Lakes during the
overnight hours. Meanwhile, a large area of cirrus move northeast
across the state ahead of a low pressure system situated over the
Dakotas. With a light southeast wind, temperatures ranged through
the 30s across the area.

Look for unseasonably mild temperatures to continue, with record
or near-record highs possible through Wednesday. Highs during this
period will be in the 50s with some lower 60s possible, except
cooler near Lake Michigan.

The low pressure system across the Dakotas will push a cold front
across the area this afternoon and tonight, bringing a swath of
widespread rain. A stronger storm system will bring heavy snow and
a wintry mix for Thursday night through Friday night.
Temperatures will return to more seasonal values for this
weekend.

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MPC


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