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
225 AM CST Tue Jan 10 2017

Periods of light snow continued overnight south of a Tomahawk to
Wausaukee line. To the north, cloudy skies prevailed. Temperatures
early this morning ranged from around 20 across the far north
to the lower 30s near Lake Michigan.

Low pressure across the central plains will move northeast to
near Lake Superior this afternoon. Snow is expected across much
of the region with the highest amounts north of a Wisconsin
Rapids to Marinette line. Snowfall amounts south of this line
will be lower due to above freezing temperatures and a mix of
precipitation. Behind the system, winds could gust over 40 mph
across portions of central and northeast Wisconsin late this
afternoon into this evening.

More snow is on the forecast for Wednesday as another upper level
disturbance moves across the region. Bitter cold returns Thursday
night and Friday. Morning wind chills on Friday morning are
expected to fall into the 20 below to 30 below zero range north
and west of the Fox Valley. A moderation in temperatures is
expected later this weekend into early next week.


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