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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
319 AM CST Tue Dec 5 2017

Very windy conditions prevailed across the area during the early
morning hours. Southwest to west winds gusted between 30 and 50
mph. It was cloudy, with rain showers changing over to snow
showers pushing across central and north central Wisconsin. A few
rain showers pushed across eastern Wisconsin. Temperatures fell
quickly behind a front, with readings at 3 AM ranging from the
upper 20s and lower 30s across central and north central
Wisconsin, to the upper 30s to lower 40s across eastern Wisconsin.

Very windy conditions will continue today, with gusts between 30
and 45 mph likely. Locally higher gusts are possible across the
Fox Valley and lakeshore. The winds could down some trees and
power lines, leading to power outages. Wind will slowly diminish
this evening, but gusts between 25 and 35 mph will still be
possible through the night.

Snow showers are expected to continue across much of north central
Wisconsin today into tonight. Accumulations after sunrise should
be under an inch for most locations. Some blowing and drifting
snow is possible as well. Elsewhere, other than a few early
morning flurries or rain or snow showers, dry conditions are
expected.

The other big weather story will be the much colder temperatures.
Early morning high temperatures are expected, then readings will
slowly through the day. Lows tonight will fall to between 10 and
15 degrees across central and north central Wisconsin, with mainly
teens elsewhere. Highs on Wednesday will only climb into the
lower and middle 20s. Wind chills today will range from the single
digits across central and northern Wisconsin, to between 10 and
15 degrees in the Fox Valley and lakeshore. Wind chills tonight
will be between 5 below and 10 above. The colder air will stick
around through Saturday.

$$

Bersch



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