Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
909 PM CST Mon Nov 13 2017

Skies were mostly cloudy this evening with temperatures at 9 PM
mainly in the lower 30s.

Overnight, clouds will continue to thicken across the area as
winds turn to the south and begin to tap into more moisture. Fog
development is possible across the area, and then late tonight
there is a chance of light freezing drizzle across central and
north- central Wisconsin. This may lead to slippery spots on roads
for the morning commute.

As temperatures warm Tuesday morning, any freezing drizzle should
transition to drizzle. Meanwhile, the chance of drizzle an light
rain also spreads across the rest of northeast Wisconsin
throughout Tuesday afternoon and evening. Temperatures Tuesday
will be closer to normal for mid- November, in the mid 30s to low
40s.

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KLB



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