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Winter Weather Advisory
Issued: 10:11 PM CST Dec. 10, 2016 – National Weather Service

... Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect until midnight CST
Sunday night...

* snow will continue tonight and Sunday.

* The heaviest snowfall rates will occur between 8 am and noon
Sunday.

* Snow accumulations of 5 to 8 inches are expected.

* Hazardous travel conditions AR likely.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Winter Weather Advisory for snow means periods of snow will
cause primarily travel difficulties. Be prepared for snow covered
roads and limited visibilities... and use extra caution while
driving. The latest Wisconsin Road conditions can be obtained by
calling 511.





Special Statement
Issued: 11:46 PM CST Dec. 10, 2016 – National Weather Service

... Snow expected overnight...

At 1130 PM, steady but mainly light snow was falling across much
of Wisconsin. The northern edge of the snow band extended from
Tomahawk to Antigo to Sturgeon Bay, and was advancing north at
about 15 mph. Snow should begin in the Rhinelander, Crandon,
Wausaukee, and Marinette areas by 100 am, and then reach the far
northeast corner of the state by late tonight.

The snow band will produce steady snows the rest of the night.
With temperatures in the single digits across northern Wisconsin,
and in the teens in central and east-central Wisconsin, the snow
will accumulate on roads, leading to hazardous travel conditions.
By daybreak, snowfalls are expected to range from less than an
inch over the far north near the Upper Michigan border, to 3 to 4
inches in the Wisconsin Rapids, Wautoma, and Oshkosh areas.

Travel conditions are likely to deteriorate overnight as the snow
continues. If you are traveling tonight, use extra caution and be
sure to allow extra travel time to reach your destination.


Skowronski


1146 PM CST Sat Dec 10 2016

... Snow expected overnight...

At 1130 PM, steady but mainly light snow was falling across much
of Wisconsin. The northern edge of the snow band extended from
Tomahawk to Antigo to Sturgeon Bay, and was advancing north at
about 15 mph. Snow should begin in the Rhinelander, Crandon,
Wausaukee, and Marinette areas by 100 am, and then reach the far
northeast corner of the state by late tonight.

The snow band will produce steady snows the rest of the night.
With temperatures in the single digits across northern Wisconsin,
and in the teens in central and east-central Wisconsin, the snow
will accumulate on roads, leading to hazardous travel conditions.
By daybreak, snowfalls are expected to range from less than an
inch over the far north near the Upper Michigan border, to 3 to 4
inches in the Wisconsin Rapids, Wautoma, and Oshkosh areas.

Travel conditions are likely to deteriorate overnight as the snow
continues. If you are traveling tonight, use extra caution and be
sure to allow extra travel time to reach your destination.


Skowronski

1146 PM CST Sat Dec 10 2016

... Snow expected overnight...

At 1130 PM, steady but mainly light snow was falling across much
of Wisconsin. The northern edge of the snow band extended from
Tomahawk to Antigo to Sturgeon Bay, and was advancing north at
about 15 mph. Snow should begin in the Rhinelander, Crandon,
Wausaukee, and Marinette areas by 100 am, and then reach the far
northeast corner of the state by late tonight.

The snow band will produce steady snows the rest of the night.
With temperatures in the single digits across northern Wisconsin,
and in the teens in central and east-central Wisconsin, the snow
will accumulate on roads, leading to hazardous travel conditions.
By daybreak, snowfalls are expected to range from less than an
inch over the far north near the Upper Michigan border, to 3 to 4
inches in the Wisconsin Rapids, Wautoma, and Oshkosh areas.

Travel conditions are likely to deteriorate overnight as the snow
continues. If you are traveling tonight, use extra caution and be
sure to allow extra travel time to reach your destination.


Skowronski


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