... Mixed precipitation expected Sunday morning...
A strong system across the plains this evening will move across
Wisconsin on Sunday. Warmer air flowing northward into the state
will bring a period of mixed precipitation Sunday morning.
Snow and sleet should reach central and north central Wisconsin...
including the communities of Rhinelander... Tomahawk... Wausau...
Wisconsin Rapids and Stevens Point between 7 am and 9 am Sunday
morning. The precipitation should reach northeast and east central
Wisconsin... including the communities of Marinette... Oconto...
Shawano... Waupaca... Green Bay... Appleton... Oshkosh... Sturgeon Bay
and Manitowoc between 9 am and 11 am.
The precipitation will change over to rain from south to north
as temperatures climb into the 30s Sunday morning. Some snow may
linger into the afternoon across the north. Snowfall amounts
should be generally less than an inch south of Highway 29... and
around an inch for locations to the north. The snow and sleet
could cause a period of reduced visibilities. A slushy accumulation
of snow can be expected on some roads across portions of central...
north central and far northeast Wisconsin until temperatures rise
well above freezing late Sunday morning and afternoon.
The system will also bring gusty south winds on Sunday morning. Winds
of 15 to 30 mph are expected with some gusts approaching 40 mph.
The strong gusty winds will shift to the west Sunday afternoon.
High profile vehicles may encounter difficult travel due to the
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Statement as of 7:22 PM CDT on March 28, 2015