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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
1004 AM CST Sun Feb 18 2018

.PAST 24 HOURS...

A round of light snow moved through central and southern
Wisconsin, dropping up to 1 inch of snow. High temperatures were
in the low 30s in northwest and southern Wisconsin, and in the
upper 20s elsewhere.

.FORECAST...

Light snow will impact northern Wisconsin today and tonight,
dropping a few inches of accumulations. Sunday will be quiet
elsewhere.

On Monday and Tuesday, a strong low pressure system will bring
ample precipitation to the Badger State. Mainly snow is expected
in northern Wisconsin, and it should fall as mostly rain in far
southeastern Wisconsin. However, a large band of freezing rain is
expected in portions central Wisconsin, and this may have
significant impacts on travel and infrastructure. Moreover, nearly
2" of rain is expected in far SE WI, and this may result in low
land flooding.

Wednesday and Thursday should be mostly dry with temperatures
near normal. On Friday, another round of precipitation is
possible. Once again, snow is most likely in northern Wisconsin
and more of a mix is possible in southern Wisconsin.



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Office: ARX AWUS83 KARX 190956 RWSARX IAZ008>011-018-019-029-030-MNZ079-086>088-094>096- WIZ017-029-032>034-041>044-053>055-061-191800- Weather Summary for Upper Mississippi River Valley National Weather Service La Crosse WI 400 AM CST Mon Feb 19 2018 Clouds thickened across the area through the night, in advance of low pressure taking shape across the Central Plains. Temperatures remained mild in many areas, holding in the 30s for much of the night, but falling back into the 20s across Minnesota and northern Iowa late. Several waves of low pressure will work through the region today into Tuesday, bringing several waves of precipitation. A mix of rain and freezing rain is expected today, with freezing rain confined mainly to southeast Minnesota, northern Iowa, and north-central Wisconsin. However, as temperatures fall in many areas tonight, freezing rain will spread southward, with slick travel likely to develop for many spots by sunrise Tuesday. Thankfully, quiet weather will make a return for midweek as high pressure works back through the region. $$ Lawrence
Office: GRB AWUS83 KGRB 190933 RWSGRB WIZ005-010>013-018>022-030-031-035>040-045-048>050-073-074-192145- Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin National Weather Service Green Bay WI 333 AM CST Mon Feb 19 2018 From the late evening through the early overnight hours, low pressure moved from the Upper Peninsula into Lake Superior while dragging a cold front into central Wisconsin. Light precipitation impacted northwest Wisconsin and the western Upper Peninsula along the front, while the rest of Wisconsin saw scattered to broken cloud cover. Temperatures were mild ahead of the front, and ranged from middle 20s to middle 30s at most locations. The next system will enter the region by the mid to late morning hours bringing a wintry smorgasbord of snow, freezing rain, sleet, and rain, which will all continue through Tuesday. A winter weather advisory has been issued from 9 AM today to 6 PM Tuesday for much of central and far northeast Wisconsin. A winter weather advisory is also in effect over east-central Wisconsin from noon today through 6 pm Tuesday. $$ MPC AWUS83 KGRB 190936 CCA RWSGRB WIZ005-010>013-018>022-030-031-035>040-045-048>050-073-074-192145- Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin...CORRECTED National Weather Service Green Bay WI 336 AM CST Mon Feb 19 2018 From the late evening through the early overnight hours, low pressure moved from the Upper Peninsula into Lake Superior while dragging a cold front into central Wisconsin. Light precipitation impacted northwest Wisconsin and the western Upper Peninsula along the front, while the rest of Wisconsin saw scattered to broken cloud cover. Temperatures were mild ahead of the front, and ranged from middle 20s to middle 30s at most locations. The next system will enter the region by the mid to late morning hours bringing a wintry smorgasbord of snow, freezing rain, sleet, and rain, which will all continue through Tuesday. A winter weather advisory has been issued from 9 AM today to 6 PM Tuesday for much of central and far northeast Wisconsin. A winter weather advisory is also in effect over east-central Wisconsin from 3 pm today through 6 pm Tuesday. $$ MPC