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
306 PM CST Sun Feb 25 2018

A few flurries and some areas of drifting snow lingered across
far north central Wisconsin early this afternoon. Otherwise, dry
conditions prevailed. Skies ranged from mostly cloudy across
northern Wisconsin, to mostly sunny across the Fox Valley. West to
southwest winds gusted between 25 and 40 mph across the area.
Temperatures at 3 PM ranged from the lower and middle 20s in the
Northwoods, to the middle and upper 30s in the Fox Valley.

A furry or two cannot be ruled out across far north central
Wisconsin through early evening, along with some minor drifting
snow. Otherwise, dry conditions are expected tonight. West to
southwest winds will continue to gust between 20 and 35 mph late
this afternoon, then decrease this evening. Low temperatures will
range from the teens in the Northwoods, to the lower and middle
20s in the Fox Valley and lakeshore.

Above normal temperatures are expected for the upcoming work week.
A few spots have a chance of hitting 50 degrees on Tuesday. The
next chance for significant precipitation is Wednesday night
through Thursday, especially across central and east central
Wisconsin. However, there remains a lot of uncertainty on where
the storm will track.


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