Regional Weather Summary
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AWUS83 KGRB 100402

Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
1002 PM CST Mon Jan 9 2017

Periods of light snow will continue overnight as warmer air aloft
continues to spread northward. An additional couple inches of
snow is likely to accumulate by daybreak Tuesday. Temperatures
overnight are expected to slowly rise and perhaps reach the
freezing mark over the southern Fox Valley by daybreak. Area
roadways will be slippery overnight and for the Tuesday morning

The light snow is expected to continue during the day on Tuesday
over central and northern sections, but will gradually change
over to a wintry mix, then to light rain by mid morning roughly
south of a line from Marinette to Waupaca. Highs on Tuesday will
range from the upper 20s across the far north to the upper 30s
over the southern Fox valley.

The precipitation should come to an end by early Tuesday evening.


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