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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
1004 AM CST Wed Dec 13 2017
.PAST 24 HOURS...
Cold air was in place through Wisconsin yesterday with high
temperatures in the teens throughout the state. A band of snow
moved in from northwest to east central Wisconsin overnight into
this morning. Winter weather advisories were in place for the
northern half of the state.
Snow will continue today, particularly in the northern half of the
state. Additional snow amounts of 1 to 3 inches are expected today
before the system moves off to the east. Windy conditions will
follow this system along with a cold air mass. Wind chills will
drop below zero across much of the state as well overnight into
Beyond tomorrow, there appears to be a general warming trend going
into early next week with temperatures returning back toward
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Weather Summary for Upper Mississippi River Valley
National Weather Service La Crosse WI
1051 AM CST Wed Dec 13 2017
A band of snow moved into areas north of Interstate 94 during the
early morning hours, with around 2 inches falling in northern
Wisconsin by the mid-morning hours. Otherwise, low temperatures
overnight were generally in the upper teens to mid 20s.
Snow will continue to move through the area through the afternoon
hours, with the heaviest generally remaining along and north of
Interstate 94. Some freezing drizzle could also be seen.
Additionally, strong northwest winds will continue through the
afternoon, generally for areas west of the Mississippi River.
Gusts could range from 35 to 45 mph. High temperatures today will
range from the 20s in northern Wisconsin, to the mid and upper 30s
in northeast Iowa and far southwest Wisconsin.
All precipitation will come to an end this evening, though clouds
will remain into Thursday. Low temperatures tonight will range
from the single digits above zero in northern Wisconsin, to the
teens to the southwest. The next snow chances will move through on
Thursday night, with the best chances east of the Mississippi
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Weather Summary for North-Central and Northeast Wisconsin
National Weather Service Green Bay WI
1041 AM CST Wed Dec 13 2017
Snow spread across the area this morning. The highest snowfall
totals as of 10 AM were near the Upper Michigan border in north
central Wisconsin where as much as 6 inches of snow had fallen.
Snow will continue today and then gradually diminish and end this
evening. Winds are expected to increase during the afternoon and
decrease again later in the evening. High temperatures are
forecast to range from the teens in the north to the upper 20s to
around 30 degrees across the Fox Valley and lakeshore.