Regional Weather Summary
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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
928 PM CDT Thu Apr 12 2018

Conditions were cloudy through the evening, but any precipitation
held off. Temperatures at 9 PM ranged from the middle 30s to lower
40s.

A prolonged period of mixed rain, freezing rain, sleet, and snow
can be expected from late tonight through this weekend. Conditions
will remain dry until late tonight, then rain starts to move from
southern Wisconsin northward. As the precipitation reaches
northern Wisconsin it will enter cooler air and will likely become
freezing rain or snow.

On Friday, precipitation will be rain across most of the area. A
few thunderstorms are also possible. The Northwoods would mostly
see snow, but precipitation may take a little longer to reach the
far north. Impacts should be relatively minimal through Friday
afternoon, but a few slippery roads are possible across the north
due to snow and ice. Travel conditions are expected to become more
hazardous starting Friday night.

By the time this storm is over, we could see an inch or two of
liquid precipitation across the area. Much of this will be snow
in the north, with rain changing to a wintry mix and then to snow
in the south. Stay tuned for more details on this system as it
approaches.

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KLB



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