Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
347 AM CDT Thu Apr 27 2017

A large band of precipitation overspread the region during the
overnight hours. While most of the precipitation fell as rain,
light snow or a mix of rain and snow fell over north-central
Wisconsin. Low temperatures ranged from the upper 20s across Vilas
county, to the middle and upper 40s across east-central Wisconsin.

Rain is forecast to persist across eastern Wisconsin this morning
as an area of low pressure lifts north through the Great Lakes
region. Meanwhile, temperatures will be cool enough to have
either snow or a wintry mix fall across north-central and parts
of central Wisconsin. An inch or two of accumulation is expected
over north-central Wisconsin during the morning hours. As cooler
air wraps into the area behind the surface low, the rain in the
east will become mixed with snow away from the lake with light
snow continuing across the north with up to an inch of additional
accumulation.

Any lingering flurries or sprinkles across the north will come to
an end this evening as the low pressure pulls farther away from
the region. Some clearing is expected by later tonight as weak
high pressure noses east from the northern Plains. Dry conditions
are forecast for most locations on Friday, however there is a
chance for light rain across east-central Wisconsin late in the
day as another low pressure rides along a cold front to our south.

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