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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
404 AM CST Thu Jan 11 2018

A true January thaw across the southeast third of Wisconsin early
this morning. Temperatures across the Fox Valley and lakeshore
region climbed well into the 40s to around 50, with Oshkosh at 50
degrees as of 4 am. It was even warmer across southeast Wisconsin
where temperatures climbed into the middle 50s. Temperatures
across central into north-central and far northeast Wisconsin were
in the middle to upper 30s with areas of fog. The fog was locally
dense in spots with visibilities of a quarter of a mile or less.

Winter weather advisories are in effect today for portions of
north-central and far northeast Wisconsin where a wintry mix
is expected to change over to all snow this morning. Total
snow accumulations of 2 to 6 inches are expected north of a
Marshfield to Iron Mountain line, with the highest snow totals
across northwest Vilas county. The precipitation is not expected
to change over to all snow until mid to late afternoon across the
Fox Valley and lakeshore region where snow totals should be under
an inch.

The other big story will be temperatures. When you wake up on
Friday morning, temperatures will be some 25 to 35 degrees colder
than this morning. A gusty northwest wind will add a bitter chill
to the air.

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Eckberg



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