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
240 AM CST Sat Nov 11 2017

A band of light snow quickly moved into the region during the
overnight hours. Accumulations ranged from an inch or two across
the north, to an inch or less over the south. Low temperatures
ranged from the lower 20s north-central, to around 30 degrees near
Lake Michigan.

The chance for snow will continue this morning, perhaps mixed at
times with light freezing rain or freezing drizzle before ending
across the north later this morning. Additional snow chances would
continue across central and east-central Wisconsin this afternoon
as warmer air aloft overruns the colder air near the surface. Any
snow accumulations today are expected to remain under an inch.

A cold front and upper-level trough are forecast to move into the
region tonight. However, the stronger lift and forcing are focused
to our south, therefore there is only slight chance of light snow
or freezing rain across central and east-central Wisconsin.

High pressure is then expected to build into the region on Sunday
and finally clear this system out of Wisconsin.


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