Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Green Bay, WI

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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin...UPDATED
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
901 PM CST Fri Dec 15 2017

Skies varied this evening from partly cloudy to cloudy with light
snow and fluries. The light snow was mainly occurring in north-
central Wisconsin and over the Fox Valley. Evening temperatures
ranged from the single digits above zero near the Wisconsin and
Michigan border to the lower 20s from the Fox Valley to the Lake

Light snow or flurries will linger through early evening over most
locations. Any accumulation will be confined to far north-
central Wisconsin where up to one inch could occur.

Light snow returns to the area later on tonight, as another
clipper system dives southeast out of Canada. An inch or two of
snow is expected south of a Rhinelander to Algoma line, with less
than an inch further north.

Below normal temperatures are expected tonight with near normal
temperatures on Saturday. Above normal temperatures are expected
early next week.

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