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WIZ005-010>013-018>022-030-031-035>040-045-048>050-073-074-222145-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR NORTH-CENTRAL AND NORTHEAST WISCONSIN
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREEN BAY WI
339 AM CST MON DEC 22 2014

THROUGH THE OVERNIGHT HOURS...WISCONSIN WAS LOCATED BETWEEN LOW
PRESSURE OVER THE PLAINS AND HIGH PRESSURE ON THE EAST COAST.
BETWEEN THESE FEATURES...SEVERAL WEAK DISTURBANCES IN THE UPPER
ATMOSPHERE MOVED ACROSS THE REGION. MOST OF THE PRECIPITATION FROM
THESE DISTURBANCES MOVED ACROSS THE NORTHWEST HALF OF THE
STATE...AND CONSISTED OF A RAIN SNOW MIX. THE HEAVIEST
PRECIPITATION FELL TO THE WEST OF MEDFORD AND HAYWARD...BUT LIGHT
SNOW OCCASIONALLY FELL FROM WISCONSIN RAPIDS TO IRON MOUNTAIN AS WELL.
TEMPERATURES REMAINED STEADY IN THE LOWER TO THE MIDDLE 30S.

A SLOW MOVING LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL BRING PERIODS OF SNOW AND
A WINTRY MIX TO THE REGION MONDAY THROUGH TUESDAY NIGHT. THE MOST
SIGNIFICANT PRECIPITATION WILL FALL MONDAY NIGHT AND TUESDAY.
SEVERAL INCHES OF SNOW IS LIKELY TO FALL OVER CENTRAL AND NORTH-
CENTRAL WISCONSIN DURING THIS TIME.  TEMPERATURES WILL CONTINUE
ABOVE NORMAL THROUGH MID WEEK...THEN GRADUALLY TREND BELOW NORMAL
BY FRIDAY.

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